Support a small food business and Feed the Recovery.
There’s never been a better time to support small businesses. During Small Business Month, Hot Bread Kitchen is launching Feed the Recovery—a campaign to raise critical funds for our small business owners and support the recovery of NYC’s vibrant and diverse food industry.
As a gift to you, all donations $125+ (through 6/5/20) will receive a Shop Small Sampler, with sweet and savory treats straight from the kitchens of these small local businesses. Donate $500+ and ship a box to a friend!
Donate today and join the movement.
Shipping Information: For maximum safety and efficiency, all Shop Small Sampler boxes will be shipped (safely!) in mid-June. We will email you when it is out for delivery. Thank you for your patience as our team takes necessary safety precautions.
Yours with a donation: The Shop Small Sampler
Through June 5, all donations $125+ will receive a Shop Small Sampler, unique food products straight from the Hot Bread Kitchen Incubator Kitchen in NYC.
Shop Small Sampler gift box includes:
Janie’s Life Changing Baked Goods Pie Crust Cookies, Kanpekies Shortbread Duo, Nafi’s Peanut Sauce, Fauzia’s Jerk Sauce, and a Hot Bread Kitchen sticker. Read more about the small business owners below!
Every dollar through Hot Bread Kitchen’s Feed the Recovery campaign will support small food businesses run by women, immigrants and people of color working hard to stay open and keep their dreams alive. Feed the Recovery provides the most critical relief that women in the food industry, small business owners, families, and communities need in these challenging and uncertain times.
Emergency Relief Impact to Date
- $256KFunds distributed
- 24,632Meals served to hospital workers
- 175Food workers + small business owners supported through stipends and grants
Voices from the Field: Fauzia’s Heavenly Delights
Meet Fauzia’s Heavenly Delights. For nearly 30 years, Fauzia Abdur-Rahman and her family have been serving...Read More
Voices from the Field: Janie’s Life Changing Baked Goods
Meet Janie’s Life Changing Baked Goods. After a dark period of addiction and homelessness, Janie Deegan...Read More