Bay Leaf Kitchen empowers children and families with the ability to feed themselves seasonal, nourishing food through an immersive culinary curriculum to build a resilient, diverse community in the soil and around the table.
Bay Leaf Kitchen is a young and growing organization with a vision for how we can teach children and families to grow and cook with sustainable, local and delicious food. Gifts of any amount are greatly valued and appreciated and enable us to continue providing camps and classes to Bay Area youth. Bay Leaf Kitchen is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible.
Tax ID#: 47-1883147
to give by mail:
Bay Leaf Kitchen
2325 3rd St, Suite 326
San Francisco, CA 94107
Checks should be written out to Bay Leaf Kitchen
Bay Leaf Kitchen also gladly accepts donations of services either for work/trade or just because! If you have a skill you would like to share with us, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our volunteer page to sign up to hear about volunteer opportunities at Bay Leaf Kitchen.
About Grandma Meg
Grandma Meg (Mary Ellen Goepfert) Cunha was raised on a fruit and walnut ranch in Vacaville, California during the Great Depression and dedicated her life to motherhood and homemaking. She was an exceptional cook, avid gardener, and lifelong scholar with a special interest in foreign affairs. In 1946, she graduated from UC Berkeley with Phi Beta Kappa Honors and entered UC Berkeley's Boalt Law School. In her 79 years, Meg led an active, meaningful, and selfless life. She laid a solid and enduring foundation for her six children, eleven grandchildren, and many friends.
This fund was set up by Bay Leaf Kitchen Board of Directors Member, Maggie Jacobberger - a big thank you to her and to her family.