Together with our community of individuals, businesses, and institutions, the Heirloom Foundation is starting a dialogue. Our partners can contribute in a variety of ways. Some donate a portion of sales to the Heirloom Foundation, others host pop-ups or events to raise awareness and funds for our grant program. If you are interested in becoming a partner or in professional development services please contact us.
WAYS TO BECOME INVOLVED
As a foundation, Heirloom advocates, educates, organizes and acts as a grantee to direct service providers who develop programming to address our cause. If you are currently working with an organization that has 501(c)3 nonprofit status, or if you can partner with one who does, we encourage you to send us a proposal for activities that target the culinary industry. Our funding guidelines can be found on the grants page of our website.
Our partner restaurants host nights or popups where a portion of proceeds go to benefit the foundation. The Heirloom Foundation will help with cross promotion however we can. It's a great way to facilitate conversation, while raising awareness and funds for our cause. If you, or someone in your network, is interested in becoming a partner please contact us.
We're at the forefront of improving the lives of culinary professionals, but we're completely reliant on donated funds to make a direct impact in people's lives. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, all donations are tax deductible and 100% go to programming. Make an impact by giving today.
LINKS TO OUR PARTNERS
Date: See calendar for class schedule
Location: Charleston, and nationally
Our Community Listens offers communication skills training that empowers individuals to strengthen relationships and create a more passionate world. This free, three-day seminar is ideal for culinary managers eager to create healthier work environments and deescalate conflict. Learn more here.
Date: Tuesdays (ongoing)
Location: Reverb, Charleston
In association with Heirloom, Reverb is offering a FREE weekly class for the F&B community.
The weekly Tuesday morning 9:30am yoga class at Reverb Charleston is free for all members of the F&B industry! No prior yoga experience is necessary to attend this Unwind class, taught by F&B veteran/certified and celebrated yoga teacher Beth Cosi. Unwind classes help to release tension, reduce stress and ease chronic pain. Reverb offers a self-selected drop-in rate ($5 - $15) on all classes, should scheduling prevent attendance at the Tuesday morning class.
Date: August 27, 2017
Location: Catskills, NY
At bon*fire, guests are invited to participate in a butchery demo, help prep supper or simply ask questions as supper is cooking. Lawn games, Vinyl record dives, and exploring the 19-acre historic farm round out the day. Learn more about the folks who sparked bon*fire here.
Date: Monday June 27, 2016
Location: Doma Na Rohu - 27 Morton Street, NYC
TouchBistro is hosting an evening with the Heirloom Foundation: advocating for supportive, healthy work environments in the food & beverage industry. Please come visit us on June 27 at Doma Na Rohu from 7 -9pm. Event tickets are $25 online or at the door. Looking forward to seeing you there.