Support while you shop
Through charitable shopping, you can support Second Harvest and feed hungry people while dining out, buying groceries, or ticking things off your gift list.
As the Nashville craft beer scene continues to thrive, we all have a reason to get out and enjoy a cold one with friends. Why not help your hungry neighbors at the same time? Show your community that your brand cares. Partnering with Hops for Second Harvest makes it easy to brew some good.
Now through the end of 2023, when you complete a purchase on Crocs.com or in one of our Crocs U.S. retail stores, you can add a donation amount of your choosing. 90% of the donation stays local in our community.
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Kroger Community Rewards
Consider the Wildflwrs donates 10% from each purchase of the Hope necklace. The Hope necklace comes in three different styles: Tennessee, Latched Hands, and Wildflowers.
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Bongo Roasting Co.
Bongo Roasting Co. has been providing Nashville coffee drinkers with 100% organic, fair trade, Nashville-roasted brews since 1993. Now they are teaming up with Second Harvest to help fight hunger by donation a portion of their online sales to provide meals to those in need.
10% of sales from all purchases made at their website using this link will be donated to Second Harvest.
Hot Sauce Nashville
This small batch hot sauce company donates one meal for every bottle purchased to Second Harvest. Their flagship product is Hot Garlic, and they also offer Hot Ginger and Hot Green.
The Nashville-based company sells its products online, at TN farmers markets, and in local stores including Turnip Truck.
$1 of each Roasted Cauliflower appetizer benefits Second Harvest. This popular appetizer features truffled pea pesto, salted almonds, feta crema, and red bell essence.
Featuring an array of global flavors and decadent desserts by Chef Deb Paquette and Pastry Chef Megan Williams, Etch is located in the ground floor of the Encore tower in Nashville’s SoBro district.
At this Murfreesboro hotspot, $1 of each Korean BBQ Stuffed Potato Skins appetizer benefits Second Harvest. This popular appetizer features crispy potato skins, kimchi queso, slow roasted pork, Korean barbecue sauce, sweet pepper aioli, chimichurri slaw, cotija cheese, green onion, and Fresno chile.
Primrose Table, owned by Chef Jason and Nevada Matheson, uses simply crafted and made-from-scratch recipes to create its own brand of comfort food.
BoxLunch Get Some Give Back
With every $10 you spend on pop culture themed products, BoxLunch will provide one meal through the Feeding America food bank network. Customers can also round up their order in store or online.
BoxLunch has committed a minimum of $500,000 through its Get Some Give Back campaign.
Through July 29, 2023
For each slice of Classic Basque Cheesecake purchased, the Cheesecake Factory will donate 25 cents to Feeding America, which is Second Harvest’s umbrella organization.
There are more than 200 The Cheesecake Factory restaurants around the world. Nashville’s Cheesecake Factory is located on the north side of The Mall at Green Hills.
Omni Hotels Say Goodnight to Hunger
Book a stay and feed a family with Omni Hotels & Resorts. For every actualized Omni reservation, Feeding America will secure a meal on behalf of your local food bank (that’s us).
The Omni Nashville Hotel is an expression of the city’s vibrant music culture. Across from the Music City Center, this downtown Nashville hotel is a one-of-a-kind experience, fully integrated with the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Pampered Chef Round Up from the Heart
Kitchen tool company Pampered Chef offers three ways to help.
- Round up your order. When you do, 100% of your contributions benefit your local Feeding America member food bank (that’s us).
- Buy Round Up from the Heart designated products including the Stoneware Starter Set. Each purchase contributes 3 meals.
- Host a fundraiser party. When you have a Feeding America fundraiser, Pampered Chef contributes a portion of the total sales to the cause.