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At Au Bon Pain, we believe that with the opportunity to run our cafés comes a responsibility to give back to the communities we call home.
To that end, we have established a program called “Food for Life” that is dedicated to providing food for families and individuals that might otherwise go hungry. Our “Food for Life” program works in conjunction with local organizations & food banks to provide end of day unsold bakery products to those with the greatest need. Listed below are some of the organizations that we work with in our various markets. For more information, please contact the General Manager at your local Au Bon Pain café.
Au Bon Pain is involved with various local community organizations & charities to assist in their fundraising events such as walks, auctions & raffles.
To be considered for a donation, please submit an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 4 weeks prior to the event. Requests should include the following:
- Your name and contact information including telephone & email address
- Name and a brief description of your organization
- Event date
- Specific donation you are requesting
- Address of nearest Au Bon Pain cafe
If you have any additional questions, please contact us at 617.423.2100.
Boston / New England / CT
Cambridge Food Pantry
Pine Street Inn / Paul Sullivan Housing DMH
Youth Challenge International
Loaves and Fishes
Church Street Eats
Yaffa Cultural Arts, Inc
All Saints Church/Kids for Christ
Iglesia Mission de Pentecostal
Community for creative non-violence
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
City Year Washington
The Service Learning Chair
Sigma Delta Tau Event for Child Abuse in America
Worth The Wait Revolution
War Child GWU
Equal Justice Foundation
Ameri-Corps National Network
CYCLE Literacy Team, City Year
National Urban League Young Professionals
"Second Genesis" help for addictions hope for the community
Green Door Mission
First Presbyterian Church
Wood Street Commons