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The Good Bowl Charity Model

Since day one making an impact and contributing to local, national and global nonprofits has been part of The Good Bowl’s DNA via our $1 per bowl donation to charities program. The recipient organizations are nonprofits rooted in humanitarian and environmental efforts are selected by our guests and employees and rotate each quarter. 


  • Local: Reining Liberty Ranch

    LOCAL: REINING LIBERTY RANCH


    Reining Liberty Ranch offers community-based programs within the Grand Traverse Community that leverages the horse-human relationship to promote the physical, relational, and emotional health of veterans and their families and disabled/at-risk individuals through equine, agricultural, educational services, and community outreach. 


    www.reininglibertyranch.org 

  • National: Prevent Child Abuse America

    NATIONAL: PREVENT CHILD ABUSE AMERICA


    Prevent Child Abuse America is the nation’s oldest and largest organization committed to preventing child abuse and neglect before it happens. The nonprofit promotes programs and resources informed by science that enable kids, families, and entire communities to thrive – today, tomorrow, and for generations to come.  
     
     Their success relies on a nationwide network of state chapters and nearly 600 Healthy Families America home visiting sites, which provide parents and caregivers a wide variety of services and resources in communities across the country. 


    www.preventchildabuse.org 

  • Global: Covenant House

    GLOBAL:  COVENANT HOUSE

    Covenant House provides housing and supportive services to youth facing homelessness. From the minute a child walks through their doors to the moment they leave, the caring staff is there to provide the support needed at every step – so they can get off the streets for good.

    The international work to fight youth homelessness spans 31 cities across the Americas. Covenant House's network of youth shelters provides refuge for homeless, abused, and trafficked kids – and the long-term support they need to heal.

    www.covenanthouse.org