Soulgood Cares Disaster Relief Efforts
Helping families who may currently be unemployed or experiencing extraordinary hardships during these difficult times is an area we want to help.
Thanks to a generous donation from Feed the Front Lines, Happy Tomato Fresh Foods of Fort Worth, generous cash gifts from the community and volunteers from our community partners such as Social Venture Partners Dallas we are able to give away free hot meals to children and parents in partnership with Dallas ISD this June.
On June 11, 2020, we will launch our Soulgood Cares COVID-19 Plant-Based Disaster Relief initiative to serve 150 meals (2400 servings) to families hit hard by the pandemic in underserved communities.
The food truck distribution will happen on Thursdays from 11:00am - 1:00pm at South Oak Cliff High School (June 11th) and Cedar Crest Church of Christ (June 18th and 25th).
Families picking up Grab-and-Go nourishment at Dallas ISD sites can safely join us for a free meal. Just stay in your car, drive-thru and pick up a free plant-based family meal to go until it is all gone sponsored by Feed the Front Lines.
If you're interested in volunteering to distribute food or donate to help us cover the cost of a meal, please visit our Soulgood Cares page to donate or complete our online volunteer form. Our Soulgood Volunteer Coordinator will contact you with additional details.
Soulgood Restaurant is Closed
to Focus on Charity in the Community
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New Plant-Based Health Education
Soulgood, Inc. is a Texas-based Public Benefits Corporation launched by Chef Cynthia Nevels. We started as a popup restaurant at the Dallas Farmers Market in 2014 and have grown to become an innovative organic and vegan virtual restaurant with a new location in Dallas, an award-winning food truck, vegan bakery and vegan catering company serving celebrities, companies and organizations across North Texas.
We serve organic plant-based foods using locally sourced and non-GMO ingredients when possible using sustainable practices. Our mission is to save the planet, animals and people one plate at a time.
The safety of our customers, staff and community are our top priority. March 14, 2020, we decided to temporarily close our virtual restaurant, food delivery and halt all food truck food services until the Dallas shelter-in-place ban is lifted.
We have launched our community giving plant-based health education program to help families safeguard their health at home. A grant provided by local business consulting company, Integrality, has made it possible to offer online classes for free for 30-days at www.eatsoulgood.com/education.
Our April 11, 2020 vegan cooking class has been rescheduled to a new date happening July 25, 2020.