organizations and places to donate below be a part of the solution and rise. I have donated time//resources to just about each of these organizations below:+ promise I’ll do my part, too:
Help Educate on Culture to Fight Racism + Fight Xenophobia:
Info where our community needs immediate help:
For families in need of immediate food:
WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN #ChefsForAmerica:
Look to your local food bank, local community and state officials for more on what you can do in your community.
If you want to volunteer to children and parents in need:
To Help our Frontline Healthcare Workers:
To Help our Chefs//Restaurant Culture:
World Central Kitchen #ChefsForAmerica
To help our Animals +Wildlife:
Sign Petitions to change big agriculture + stop wet markets: They make a difference!
Homeless Shelters + The Homeless Need your Help:
Meals on Wheels for Seniors:
Animal Shelters need your help:
Easy Nationwide places to volunteer, give, donate The Salvation Army:
The American Red Cross/Blood Donors
More local and small business help/support of business: Buy gift cards to use in the future for them! + be sure to reach out to someone in need each week and ask them how their day is and//or how you can help.
PS To my New York, you’ll always be my first and greatest love, thank you for the light the darkness and all of the in between, you made me who I am today. I miss you. I love you.
xxx with love and all my grace, Candice Kumai @CandiceKumai
Candice kumai bio:
Named “the golden girl of wellness” by Forbes and Elle, Candice Kumai is a classically trained chef, and journalist; Candice has by-lines in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Bon Appétit, Yoga Journal and Well + Good. She is a six-time best-selling author. Her new book, Kintsugi Wellness, has been published in 10 languages across the globe. Candice is the former editor-at-large at Shape and Men’s Journal and a former columnist at Men’s Health and Women’s Health.