Support Us - Every Amount Counts
Your support provides nourishing meals and a caring community to our clients dealing with illness, grows healthy young leaders, and helps spread the word that what we eat is the foundation for our health. More than 60% of our funding comes from people like you.
Every donation supports nourishment to local families dealing with a serious illness, teaches teens about healthy eating skills and supports local food systems. With your help we can provide more meals and teach more teens.
You may donate through the link below, send us a check, purchase something from our wish list or contact us about corporate sponsorship or other donations. Thank you for your support!
Send a check
Sending a check is a great way to donate and we receive 100% of your donation (no fees). We accept donations in memory of a loved one and can provide a note to the family of the loved one with a notification of your donation if you provide the necessary information. Checks can be made out to the Revive & Thrive Project and mailed to our mailing address: Revive & Thrive, 4330 Aspen Trails Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546. (We are not able to receive mail at our kitchen location.)
Support us through Amazon Smile
Amazon Smile is an easy way to show your support. Every time you buy an eligible item Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to the Revive and Thrive Project. Just go to http://smile.amazon.com/ and choose Revive and Thrive Project as your charitable organization.
In Kind Donations - Wish List
We are grateful for and accept a variety of donations including fresh food, kitchen equipment, kitchen supplies, gardening equipment and supplies. Specifically, we need the following:
- Wide mouth mason jars (quart size)
- Gift cards to grocery stores or the Fulton Street Farmers Market
- Organic dry goods: oats, quinoa, brown rice, black beans, lentils, coconut oil and much more. Ask us for a list!
- Delivery bags: Trader Joe's blue insulated cooler bags ($6.99 each)
- Items for our silent auction at our golf or farm-to-table fundraiser
We value the privacy of our donors and will never share your contact information with other organizations.
We would like to thank and encourage you to support the businesses and organizations that support us.
Behind The Scenes
Photos provided by Ceres Community Project and Tess Odegard
How Donations are Used
$1,000 feeds a single mom and her two children for 6 weeks + 32 hours of teen mentoring.
$500 buys an commercial grade blender or food processor
$250 provides healing meals for a cancer patient for 8 weeks
$125 feeds a senior living alone for one month + 8 hours of teen mentoring.
$50 buys the ingredients for a healthy desert for 20 people for 2 weeks.
$25 makes a batch o immune broth or buys 3 insulated delivery bags.