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: Child & Family Services of Northern Michigan
Child & Family Services of Northern Michigan’s mission is to ensure the safety and well-being of those they serve in times of crisis, challenge, and life transition. Their vision is to create resilient, strengths-based communities where people of all ages are healthy, safe, and thriving.
The nonprofit believes that necessities are more than food, clothing, and shelter. They believe that every child deserves access to sports, recreation, music lessons, summer camp, art, birthday presents, or other things that help undo the damage caused by trauma, and help children to realize their true potential.
National: Feed the Children
In the United States, Feed the Children distributes product donations of food and other items through their network of local community partners, provide classroom support and school supplies to students in vulnerable areas, and mobilize resources quickly to aid recovery efforts when natural disasters strike.
The organization envisions a world where no child goes to bed hungry. They’re dedicated to helping families and communities achieve stable lives and reduce the need for help tomorrow—all while providing food and assistance to help them today.
Global: Wold Wildlife Fund
For 60 years in nearly 100 countries, The World Wildlife Fund is proud to protect wildlife and the precious places they call home. Their vision is to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature.
To deliver this mission, they work to conserve and restore biodiversity, reduce humanity’s environmental footprint; and to ensure the sustainable use of natural resources to support current and future generations.