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Sprinkles Cupcakes Local Food Bank Donations
At Sprinkles, we bake fresh daily, donating all leftover cupcakes to local food banks, community centers, police and fire departments each night. Our donations currently feed the homeless, veterans receiving medical care, individuals with mental illness, children, senior citizens and at-risk families.
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- The Grove
- New York - Upper East Side
- Beverly Hills
- New York - Brookfield Place
- La Jolla
- Palo Alto
- Las Vegas
- Los Angeles
- Westlake Village
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to the Atlanta Mission which provides emergency shelter, temporary shelter, recovery and job programs and transitional housing for more than 950 men, women and children daily and to Toco Hills Community Alliance which provides emergency food, supplies, rent, utility and transportation assistance in the northeast Atlanta area.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition which serves a hot and fresh meal nightly to over 150 homeless and hungry people, Circle of Life which packs and distributes bags of groceries to those in need in Downtown Los Angeles and to Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church which provides over 150 hot meals to area residents in need every week.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to La Salle Senior Center, a volunteer-based organization dedicated to the physical and emotional needs of Chicago's senior community and to St. Matthew's Child Advocate, a community service organization which operates weekly soup kitchens for needy members and children of the community.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to Metrocare Services, a Dallas non-profit that specializes in caring for people with mental illness and that provides housing and homeless services to the community, to Dallas Children's Advocacy Center which works to improve the lives of abused children and provide national leadership on child abuse issues, to Genesis Women's Shelter which provides safety, shelter and expert services to battered women and their children, to OurCalling which serves over 1,000 homeless individuals each week, helping them develop sustainable lifestyles and to Dallas Life Foundation which assists the homeless with food, clothing, shelter, education and long-term rehabilitation programs.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to the Houston Food Bank, a community collection bank which distributes food to 400 non-profit organizations including homeless shelters, safe havens for the battered and abused, church food pantries and nutrition sites for children and the elderly and to Stand Up For Kids which finds homeless children and works to improve and stabilize their lives.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to The Salvation Army, a social and charitable agency which provides food, disaster services, jobs and rehabilitation facilities to those in need, to Ronald McDonald House, a non-profit which works to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children, and to City of Refuge's food pantry program.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa, a kitchen which provides meals to needy members and children of the community in a friendly, non-threatening atmosphere.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to Fisher House, "a home away from home" for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers, to InnVision, Silicon Valley's largest provider of housing and services to homeless and at-risk families and individuals, and to Shelter Network which provides housing and support services for homeless families.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to Wesley Community Center, a community service organization dedicated to empowering and assisting families in the south-central Phoenix community of Nuestro Barrio; to Waste Not, a volunteer-based organization which rescues excess perishable food that would otherwise go to waste and delivers it the same day to a network of agencies that feed the hungry; and to UMOM, an agency which provides homeless and low-income families with food, shelter and tools to build a bridge to self-sufficiency.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to Crowder Owens Food Bank which works to feed those in need, with a special focus on senior citizens, persons with disabilities and single parents with dependent children and to Central Union Mission which provides meals three times daily and distributes food and groceries through its Food Depot program.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to the Yorkville Common Pantry which is dedicated to reducing hunger through food pantry and meal distribution programs, nutrition education, basic hygiene services, homeless support and related services.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition which serves a hot and fresh meal nightly to over 150 homeless and hungry people and to Circle of Life which packs and distributes bags of groceries to those in need in Downtown Los Angeles.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to the World Harvest Food Bank which serves families in the Greater Los Angeles area by providing basic food staples and other life necessities.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes are donated to Many Mansions which promotes and provides safe, well-managed housing with on-site, life-enriching services for limited income residents of the Conejo Valley, Ventura County and their surrounding communities.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to Three Square Food Bank which works with more than 600 program partners to provide wholesome food to hungry people while passionately pursuing a hunger-free community and to East Valley Family Services which provides support to families, children and seniors to become and remain self-sufficient, healthy and socially responsible.
Leftover Sprinkles Cupcakes and Cookies are donated to The New York City Rescue Mission which has worked to provide hope, food, clothing and shelter to people in crisis in New York City since 1872.