Even in the midst of a struggling economy, so many local businesses and organizations are still finding ways to give back to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank. They are doing whatever they can to help us feed our neighbors in need during this difficult time.
We hope you’ll show them your appreciation by supporting them.
FROG AND TOAD
Presenting the limited edition Iconic Foods of RI print, illustrated and signed by local artist Abigail Brown. This is a collaboration with Hey Rhody Magazine and Frog and Toad. For every print sold, Hey Rhody and FnT are donating ALL proceeds to help those in RI facing food insecurities. These 11 x 17″ museum quality giclee posters are printed on 250 gsm rag cotton paper. Together we can make a BIG difference in our little state.
Buy the poster here.
TRACY GLOVER STUDIO
Tracy Glover Studio is donating 10% of their “Ready to Gift” items sales to RI Community Food Bank. These items are in stock and ready to gift!
Tracy Glover uses traditional Italian techniques to craft her glassworks. Each is uniquely handblown to order in her Pawtucket, RI studio.
Check out the unique handmade goods from Fuzzy Goods and support the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.
At fuzzygoods.com you’ll find wonderful gifts for yourself and for others and 100% of profits go to the Food Bank.
Get started on a fun, fuzzy adventure that helps feed our neighbors in need.
PMC Lighting, a lighting manufacturer located in Rhode Island, introduces a new line of products with the commitment to give back.
Jera, meaning “Commitment to Earth,” combines innovative design and superior performance, with a focus on the community.
A portion of all proceeds from Jera will be donated back to the Food Bank.
Click here to learn how you can help.
Purchase a Galaxy Glass and 50% of proceeds benefit one of four local non-profits, including the Food Bank.
Click here to get yours.
When you buy a Rhody Raccoon Flatten the Curve t-shirt, 20% of the proceeds will be donated to the Food Bank.
Click here to shop.