Red Rabbit

Red Rabbit
Organization Name:
Red Rabbit
Primary Address 1:
1751 Park Ave
Primary Address City:
New York
Primary Address State:
NY
Primary Address Zip:
10035
Long Organization Description:

Red Rabbit’s mission is to provide all children with access to nutritious, made-from-scratch meals in school, while encouraging them to explore, learn and grow healthy relationships with food that will last a lifetime.

Organization Website Address:
Organization Phone Number:
(866) 697-3372
Director, Manager or CEO (First Name):
Rhys Powell
Interesting Fact About the Organization:
We are pleased to be working with nearly 150 independent, charter and public schools as well as Pre-K for All and Head Start programs, serving more than 20,000 fresh meals and snacks every day.
Community members (approx.):
10,000 per day
Number of volunteers:
Varies
Number of staff/employees:
100
Year Started:
2005
Organization Type:
School food production, Nutrition education
About the Organization:
Founded in 2005, Red Rabbit is an innovative NYC-based company at the center of today’s food revolution. As a mission-based company, and voted Best for NYC in 2015, Red Rabbit partners with programs dedicated to bringing healthy and delicious meals to their children. 20,000 times each day, a student eats one of our healthy, made-from-scratch breakfasts, lunches, snacks and dinners across New York City. Our on-site enrichment programs encourage kids to build an understanding of food with hands-on educational labs that carry the healthy eating message to educators, kids and parents.
Latest Project:
Red Rabbit will be launching a satellite location in upstate New York! We are partnering with the Schenectady Inner City Ministry to provide free food to every child in town.
Areas Served:
Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens
Core Programs:
1. Partner with local schools and provide them kid-tested, made from scratch breakfasts, lunches, snacks and dinners.
2. Provide access to information about healthy eating and how to make healthy choices.
3. Educate kids, teachers, families and communities about wellness, nutrition and healthy eating so they can make the right decisions for themselves when not in school.
Major Issues:
Healthy Food Access
Nutrition Education (Children/Youth)
School Food
Non-profit?:
For Profit
We have and or use Social Media?:
Yes, we do have social media (twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc…)
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