Community is a key pillar of our operations, where we have forged collaborative partnerships throughout the communities where we work. In addition to the NYC GetFood program, we have developed partnerships with local nonprofits such as Queens Together, the Queens Economic Development Corps, and Sunnyside Shines to provide healthy meals for families in need combined with supporting our front line heroes such as healthcare workers at Elmhurst Hospital, St John’s Hospital, etc. We have also partnered with Services for the Underserved and World Central Kitchen to prepare and deliver meals for seniors and New York City residents at local shelters and housing projects. Butter Beans remain committed to providing nutritious, wholesome meals to those who need it during these uncertain times.
Butter Beans is proud to be an employer partner with the HOPE Program, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering New Yorkers to build sustainable futures through comprehensive training, jobs, advancement and lifelong career support. Learn more about HOPE’s impact here.
In partnership with DoorDash, the largest food delivery service in the United States, Butter Beans provides home delivery meal service to remote students throughout the New York City metropolitan area. This successful partnership is essential to the many NYC families dependent on the National School Lunch Program.