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The Problem

Lower socioeconomic communities lack the confidence, knowledge, and resources to eat a nutritious diet within their own food culture.


  • According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 45% of children living in poverty are overweight or obese compared to 22% of children living in households with incomes above the poverty level.

  • According to the National Diabetes Foundation, in  2012, 29 million Americans were diagnosed with diabetes and 86 million Americans had prediabetes.

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Our Solution

We are committed to providing balanced nutritious meals and snacks to the communities that need them the most. Showing communities that healthier options are available and can taste good. We have provided hands-on food demos to more than 10,000 individuals to highlight foods from different regions.

People Taught

Events hosted

Cities Impacted 

What We Do


We are committed to providing you (our community) with access to over 100+ resources to help empower your health and challenge you to a healthier lifestyle.


We work with communities to teach them the importance of consuming healthier foods and its impact on their health.


We create partnerships with health professionals, policymakers, health advocates and communities around the world.


We are proud to offer cooking/culinary classes to our community. Join us for a healthy cooking class on specified dates throughout the year.

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Lives We Have Influenced

EatWell focuses on the core of human life which is nourishment. Their approach and respect for culture are very enduring.  They take time to understand and properly serve their communities.

— Vanessa F., Carl's Village

Help us continue our mission to empower lower socioeconomic communities with the access, knowledge, and confidence they need to eat a nutritious diet within their own food culture.

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