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The Good Bowl Quarterly Charities: 

January-March 2019

As part of our business model, The Good Bowl will donate $1 for each signature bowl sold to charity. Our guests will have the opportunity to select from three charities that include a local, national and global non- profit organization. These featured charities are rooted in humanitarian and environmental efforts and will change each quarter.

  • Local: FLOW (For Love of Water)

    FLOW (For Love of Water) is a water law and policy nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the common waters of the Great Lakes Basin through public trust solutions. FLOW’s mission is to safeguard the Great Lakes, the planet’s largest freshwater lake system and the very lifeblood of the Midwest. 

    Its solution-oriented mission and work come at a time when the health of the Great Lakes hangs in the balance, and citizens and leaders are looking for viable long-term policies to improve and protect these common waters. FLOW educates its citizens and government leaders about the power of the public trust as a key legal strategy for preserving our waters as a shared resource.

  • National: Girls Inc.

    Girls Inc. advocates on behalf of girls and delivers life-changing programs. The organization supports girls ages 6-18 years old at more than 1,400 sites in 400 cities across the United States and Canada. 

    Girls Inc. works to ensure girls have the knowledge, resources, and skills to live healthy lives and access meaningful educational opportunities. They also advocate for policies that combat sexual violence and support girls who experience trauma. Here, girls learn to value their whole selves, discover and develop their inherent strengths, and receive the support they need to navigate the challenges they face. 

  • Global: Doctors Without Borders

    Doctors Without Borders operates in more than 70 countries around the world. As medical first responders, their teams of over 42,000 doctors, nurses, and logisticians are often the first on the scene—sometimes arriving in a matter of minutes to respond to the needs of people whose lives have been upended by emergency and crisis.

    Doctors Without Borders works in conflict zones, after natural disasters, during epidemics, in long-term care settings, and more. The organization constantly delivers humanitarian aid projects, from disaster response to long-term medical programs which stretch over decades.