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We all know someone we care about, or perhaps it’s you, who is suffering from a condition that can be managed or improved by eating healthy food. You don’t have to go it alone; we support you on your journey to finding your way to better health.

Honor the Inspiration and Support The Suppers Programs – Founded by Dorothy Mullen in 2005

We Meet. We Cook. We Eat. We Learn.

We understand that change can be difficult so we take a practical approach; cooking and guiding people in the kitchen to learn how easy it can be to prepare whole, delicious, healthy food.

Biological Individuality: We focus on helping people find the right foods to support their own style of healthy eating

Ecosystem and Community Partners: We collaborate with farmers, chefs/cooks who are aligned with using sustainable agricultural practices and cooking with locally sourced foods, when possible

Medical and Healthcare Practitioners: We partner with practitioners who value the use of food as medicine and the importance of “eating for health”

HELP US to Honor the Inspiration and continue the groundbreaking work of our Founder, Dorothy Mullen -- and provide for the Future for Suppers.

$1,000 – Program for Low-Income Community Members

$500 – 4-Part Workshop Series on Eating for Health

$350 – Year of Training for a Peer Facilitator 

$200 – Educational Suppers Workshop 

$100 – Seeds for our Teaching Garden

$50 – 2 Seats at the Suppers Meeting Table

The Suppers Programs, Inc. is a 501(c)3. All contributions are tax-deductible. 100% of all contributions are received by The Suppers Programs. If you would like further information, please email fund@thesuppersprograms.org.

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Bequests: Wills and Living Trusts

Giving to Suppers through your will or living trust is often referred to as a “bequest.” A bequest from your estate may include cash, securities, real estate, and/or personal property. It can be for a specific amount or for a percentage of your estate.

How Do I Make A Bequest To Suppers?

If you are writing your will or living trust, you will need to include specific language that correctly identifies your support of Suppers. If you already have a will, you can add a codicil or amendment to your existing estate plan. Or, if you already have a living trust, you would simply modify the language, directing your trustee to make the desired distributions. Suppers can offer you specific language to use for your bequest. 

Below are some types of bequests you may consider. You might discuss them with your attorney as you prepare to update your will.

Residuary bequest: This is a gift of all the “rest, residue and remainder” of your estate after all other bequests, debts and taxes have been paid.

Unrestricted bequest: This is a gift for general purposes, to be used at the discretion of our board of trustees. A gift like this is frequently the most useful, as it allows us to determine the wisest and most pressing need for the funds at the time of receipt.

Restricted bequest: This type of gift allows you to specify how the funds are to be used. Perhaps you have a special purpose or project in mind. If so, it’s best to consult us when you make your will to be certain your intent can be carried out.

Honorary or memorial bequest: This is a gift given “in honor of” or “in memory of” someone. We are pleased to honor your request and have many ways to grant appropriate recognition.

Notify Suppers Of Your Bequest

We hope you’ll tell us when you have named The Suppers Programs in your will. We’d like the opportunity to thank you for your generosity. If you prefer to remain anonymous, your gift will be kept completely confidential.

To enable Suppers to better plan and to recognize those friends who have made bequests, we ask that you email fund@thesuppersprograms.org to complete a Bequest Intention Form.