Founders of No Evil Foods, Mike Woliansky and Sadrah Schadel, have partnered with various organizations to spread positivity and share support for the plant-based community. The scratch-made plant-based meat company, announced they will continue to donate a portion of their products to lift those in need.
To date, the company has donated over 3,000 pounds of plant-based meat to organizations such as the following:
- Asheville Poverty Initiative’s 12 Baskets Cafe: Distributes easy-to-heat meals and packaged goods to those in need.
- Haywood Street Congregational Downtown Welcome Table: Provides to-go lunch boxes to the Asheville community.
- Eddington Center Southside Kitchen: Serves donation-based meals to the public.
- The Midnight Mission: Serves daily hot meals to the homeless in Los Angeles.
- Animal Alliance Network: Provides catered meals to AAN volunteers and activists during their weekly Pig Vigil in Vernon California.
No Evil Foods also has an on-going partnership with Bounty & Soul and has donated over 2,780 pounds of plant meat in the past three months, equivalent to 15,000 meals.
“I was raised with the mindset that no matter what I have or don’t have, I will always have more than someone else and I can always find something to give to others. That value has also been instilled into the backbone of No Evil Foods,” Schadel said. “Even as a small emerging brand, we are still in the position to give back. Giving can be so much more than a financial transaction. It’s important that we as a society look at giving in multiple ways, not just monetary donations."
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