A portion of our profits are invested directly into our community programs that benefit the greater LA area. This means your business will be helping fund programs such as:
The Healthy Eating and Active Living (HEAL) Project:
A program that currently delivers nutrition education and physical activity promotion in collaboration with community partners in Little Tokyo, Koreatown, Historic Filipinotown, and Chinatown. Read more about the program on the APIFM website here.
KYCC, Karsh Center, Food Roots Partnership:
Teaming up with the Karsh Center, Food Roots works to bring dry goods, fresh produce and eggs to families living in KYCC affordable housing units.
Pop-Up Produce Pantry:
A project aimed at making fresh, local and sustainably farmed produce available for free to low-income families at affordable housing units and other community centers in Los Angeles.