Working together to support our shared mission of making organic food more accessible
At JAMBAR, we envision a world where organic food is more accessible and affordable, and our goal is to help people feel good about the ingredients they put in their bodies.
Through their Eat. Learn. Play Foundation, Stephen and Ayesha Curry have a similar goal in their work to address food insecurity. The Currys are on a mission to end childhood hunger and JAMBAR was happy to partner with them at their annual Christmas with the Currys holiday event in December.
Together with other amazing partners, we surprised 500 families with special holiday gift boxes filled with gift cards, books, toys, groceries and fresh produce. Each family received a 4-bar JAMBAR Holiday Pack!
“It’s great to have the support of another mission-driven Bay Area organization. JAMBAR’s commitment to delicious organic food, along with its emphasis on community and active living, aligns with our values,” said Marissa Trambley, Vice President of Philanthropy and Advocacy, Eat. Play. Learn.
Founder Jenny Maxwell and members of the JAMBAR team volunteered at the 10th annual event on December 11th where they witnessed firsthand Stephen and Ayesha’s commitment to making life better for local Oakland families and our community.
The Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation is working to ensure that every child and family has access to the nutritious food they need to thrive; resources to learn and love to read; and safe places and equitable opportunities to play. Learn more at www.eatlearnplay.org.
Through the JAMBAR 50% Net Profit Give Back program, we donate to a number of organizations that support active living and music, including Positive Coaching Alliance, Trips for Kids Bay Area, Jazz in the Neighborhood, Bread & Roses, and California Jazz Conservancy. Learn more about our philanthropy here.