Community Partners

We don't do this alone. As a nearly free-to-users program, Suppers is built on relationships with community partners and their cash and in-kind contributions. We are deeply grateful to the local farmers and businesses that take the risks of doing business in our midst, maintaining real physical locations, providing real food, and giving us the use of their venues. Thank you.  

Our Local Partners:

American Diabetes Association Step Out Walk
The Barn at Gravity Hill
Beechtree Farm
The Brothers Moon
Cooperative 518
Ezekiel's Table
Griggstown Farm
Planet Princeton
Ciao Chow Linda
McCaffrey’s Food Markets
Miele
Northeast Organic Farming Association - New Jersey
North Slope Farm
Princeton Environmental Film Festival
Princeton Public Library
Princeton YMCA
Sand Hills Community Wellness Center at Grace Presbyterian Church
Savory Spice Shop
Terhune Orchards
Terra Momo Restaurant Group
West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market
Whole Earth Center
Wildflour Cafe

Our Partners Beyond Princeton:

 
Institute for Responsible Nutrition exists to shape the way food is produced, marketed and distributed so we can end food-related illness and promote good health. It is committed and accountable to rigorous scientific approach. And it is committed to a world where improving public health comes before any individual’s or organization’s financial gain or personal benefit. IRN's vision is to strengthen the movement to enlighten the public about food and nutrition that prevents and reduces food-related illness and promotes a healthy society. IRN will serve as a leading source of science-based information on nutrition. IRN's founding Executive Director is Wolfram Alderson and its Director of Education and Community Engagement is registered dietician Leslie Lee.
 
 
 
Sharp Again Naturally was formed in 2012 to educate the public and the medical community about reversible causes of dementia, to advocate for a new protocol that tests for and treats them all, and to spread this good news. To accomplish its mission, Sharp Again uses live presentations, social and multimedia outreach, an online resource library and information clearinghouse, and a collaborative network of like-minded individuals and organizations to spread the good news far and wide.