serving Marin & Sonoma counties
Please give whatever you can so we can be there for our community. The difference we make together is a testament to the very best of who we are as humans – generous, compassionate, and kind.
Our kitchen shifts are limited to 10 people to allow for social distancing. Please do not come to a kitchen without receiving confirmation of a shift. We’re seeking professional chefs or accomplished home cooks, former Ceres Teen Chefs and delivery drivers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Your purchase supports your health, and all proceeds fund the healing meals that are so critical for our growing roster of clients in the time of Covid-19. These packets contain the "booster ingredients" from our immune broth recipe, which is included in your purchase.
Alberto Cortés, Mama’s Kitchen ED; Cathryn Couch, Ceres Community Project; Richard Ayoub, Project Angel Food CEO; and Mark Ryle, Project Open Hand CEO.
To read what people are saying about
Sonoma County Health Action / Hearts of Sonoma
Marin County Marin Food Now
Food is Medicine Coalition
The Root Cause Coalition
Center for Health Law & Policy Innovation,
Harvard Law School
Nonprofit Finance Fund
When you join our Kale Club by becoming a monthly donor, your pledge gives us the confidence to move forward. Your monthly gift provides sustainable, predictable support and stability we can count on.
Ceres is a Roman goddess of agriculture. The Universal Mother, she symbolizes unconditional love and is considered the most generous of all the goddesses. The offering of food to others is central to the Ceres archetype. Ceres also represents the cycles of birth, death and renewal – and the experience of grief and loss that accompany them. She provides spiritual sustenance and faith that life will be reborn.
Ceres is associated with collaboration – allowing mutual efforts to flourish and discovering creative responses through combining our efforts with others. She embodies the concrete awareness of ourselves as having an effect on the environment where we live. Interdependence, self-esteem, caring, sharing, and adapting to changing circumstances are all part of Ceres’ archetypal gifts.