Doing something kind never tasted so good! The Farm on Adderley was proud to launch our Sweet Givings program in 2017. 100% of sales from our special Sweet Givings dessert goes to a charity or non-profit. Desserts will change monthly, and are prepared in-house by resident baker Eddy Luc.
Since March 2017, The Farm on Adderley community raised over $5,470 and counting for charities.
Wide Rainbow is a 501c3 non-profit cultivating the arts and development of youth programs throughout NYC and its outer boroughs. Affiliated with like-minded organizations and institutions, Wide Rainbow initiates contemporary art collaborations, creating progressive workshops and inspiring after-school activities. Partnering with contemporary artists within our communities, Wide Rainbow creates access to art and culture today, invigorating the creative spirit of otherwise underserved or neglected youth of New York City. Artists become teachers, mentors, and natural proponents of creative development.
January's Sweet Givings treat will be a Stewed Apple Turnover with almond paste and maple sugar.
December 2018 - Donated to Room To Grow
November 2018 - Donated to New York Cares
October 2018 - Donated to Literacy INC (LINC)
September 2018 - Donated to Xerces Society’s Bee City USA
August 2018 - Donated to Edible Schoolyard NYC
July 2018 - Donated to Make The Road NY
June 2018 - Donated to The Brooklyn Community Pride Center
May 2018 - Donated to Bike New York
April 2018 - Donated to GrowNYC
March 2018 - Donated to Girls Inc.
February 2018 - Donated to American Heart Association
January 2018 - Donated to CAMBA
December 2017 - Donated to CHiPS
November 2017 - Donated to Safe Horizon
October 2017 - Donated to United for Puerto Rico
September 2017 - Donated to Wellness in The Schools
August 2017 - Donated to Honey Bee Conservancy
July - Donated to Rescue City
June 2017 - Donated to HeartShare (Human Services of New York)
May 2017 - Donated to UNICEF (United Nations Children Fund)
April 2017 - Donated to Neighbors Together
March 2017 - Donated to ACLU