Seed Releaf has teamed up with local restaurants to safely provide freshly-cooked, plant-based meals to schoolkids and their families, seniors, and other folks who are experiencing increased COVID-19-related food insecurity. Working in partnership with the Multicultural Center of Marin, Venetia Valley School, PlayMarin, the Canal Alliance, Congregation Rodef Sholom, and F.E.E.D. Sonoma organic farm cooperative, our model supports restaurant workers, farmers, and folks in need. Because Seed Releaf meals are vegan, no recipient must compromise their values in order to fill their belly. Seed Releaf currently supports two pop-up meal pantries each week, and with the support of Miyoko’s Creamery in Petaluma, has also distributed more than 1,000 vegan grilled cheese sandwiches to hungry neighbors. All systems of domination are intertwined. Getting plant-based meals to hungry folks exemplifies partnership with all living beings.
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