Share Good Foods - do good things
At share good foods we believe we can do more together than we ever could on our own! That is why we are always working to do good in every way we can. This striving has resulted in a number of Do Good Things Initiatives:
Do Gooder of the Month - Highlighting someone doing good in the community via our Website, Social media and newsletter.
Do Good Partnerships - We work with a number of non-profits highlighted below
Do Good Things Outlets - Social Enterprise outlets that are doing good while selling our food. Highlighted below.
Do Good Things Quarterly Dinners - Dinner gathering of Do Gooders to collaborate and network. We can do more together than we could on our own.
Do Gooder of the month - The Desserted Co
Take a Moment to Support Those in Need
The Take a Moment Foundation was established in memory of Austin Ziel, the inspiration for the establishment of HighPointe Services.
"Take a Moment" Award - Share Good foods
Given to a distinguished group of individuals who's outstanding generosity demonstrates a commitment to the vision of tomorrow.
Do Good Things partners
Rebuilding Lives Through Jobs in Denver, CO. The Mile High WorkShop is an employment and job training program for those facing barriers to work through the manufacturing and production of handmade goods.
Share Good Foods and Mile High WorkShop are partnering to do more good together than we could on our own. MHW will be labeling and sealing our oatmeal in exchange for food. One issue MHW faces if having good food options for those who work there. We happen to be able to Share Good Food! We are grateful and excited for this partnership!
High Point services is in our kitchen every week mostly doing packaging for us. We love having them join us and are grateful that we can provide a platform for their enterprise and and academy programs for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
High Point Enterprises:
Vocational Training Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
High Point Academy:
Higher Education for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
The Joshua School
Over 10 years ago, what began as the radical, heartfelt response of six teachers to serve students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and developmental disabilities has grown into one of the top schools for autism in the United States.
Do good things outlets
2962 Welton St, Denver, CO 80205
Purple Door Coffee is a specialty espresso bar and coffee shop in Denver, Colorado that employs teens and young adults who have been homeless and want to leave homelessness behind.
1373 Grant St. Denver, CO
The Spring Cafe is a place where you can meet your international neighbors and learn about global cultures. We make our coffee shop a classroom, by employing refugees and providing training programs designed to prepare them to enter the customer service industry. The Spring Cafe was founded by Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning, a non-profit serving Denver’s immigrant and refugee community.
3801 E 40th Ave, Denver, CO 80205
Prodigy Ventures operates a network of high quality social enterprises run by young adults from low income communities disconnected from school and/or work. Our first enterprise, Prodigy Coffeehouse, opened July 2016.
Other Do Gooders that we know and respect
The Reciprocity Collective fosters and practices the belief that the entirety of communities can and need to work together to end the cycle of generational poverty and chronic homelessness through strong supported employment.The concept driving The Reciprocity Collective is that we act as a connector between businesses in need of a diverse labor pool and community nonprofit agencies working with the unhoused community to provide in-house/in-business workforce development programs.
Manos Unidas is a cooperative for adults with disabilities in San Juan del Sur. Manos Unidas started with the making of handmade silk flowers and has evolved into the production of fashionable tote bags made from re-purposed rice bags.100% of all proceeds from the sale of bags made by Manos Unidas go directly to the payment of student participant bi-monthly salary payments.