Bi-Rite's Community Mission is Empowering Youth, Strengthening Community, and Creating Resilience
We understand that a thriving business and a thriving neighborhood go hand in hand, that’s why Bi-Rite is committed to making a difference by being in service to the city’s organizations that are doing the incredible work to care for the historically underserved members of our community.
Each year the Bi-Rite Family of Businesses is able to commit our time, food, financial support, expertise, and passion to hundreds of local San Francisco organizations because of your loyalty and decision to support a company that puts community above profits.
Our work is intended to help create a healthier, more equitable, and thriving future for our community. And it’s important we take time to learn about your needs and adapt, so we invite all community partners to share your thoughts and needs with us.
We are honored to be able to use our resources to help uplift the work our local, San Francisco nonprofits are doing to create a resilient community, and a sustainable food system. If your organization is looking for support, we encourage you to review our Donations page to learn more about how Bi-Rite can help you have a positive impact.
On a mission is to transform the community and youth through the MAGIC of collaboration and through programs like their Healthy Holiday Meal Box program which provides meals for families living in subsidized housing in the Western Addition.
City of Dreams
A community center dedicated to helping youth living in low income housing build brighter futures through mentorship, youth development and programs like gardening, cooking and tutoring.
The Women's Building
A women-led community space that advocates self-determination, gender equality and social justice with a weekly food pantry that feeds the Mission community.
Gobble Gobble Give
On Thanksgiving morning, Gobble Gobble Give volunteers come together to gather dry goods, box warm food, and walk the streets of their communities to hand out care packages to unhoused individuals and families.
The average age of the California farmer is 59. Who will grow our food when they retire? Civil Eats is committed to telling the critical stories about California farming.