Soulgood Cares Foundation

Soulgood Cares Foundation is our new 501c3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization in partnership with PPF.

 

Our mission is to save the planet, people and animals one plate at a time. Our founder believes charity starts at home and having a giving spirit, loving heart, open mind and caring about the community where you live and work creates a stronger foundation for a better world. 

 

Soulgood Cares Foundation's programs are social impact initiatives designed to have a positive impact in the communities we serve. Throughout the year, we host events to feed homeless children, serve healthy plant-based foods at no cost in food deserts in underserved communities, participate in community health fairs and donate 5% of our revenue to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and other local charities. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has created economic hardships for so many and we understand times are exceptionally difficult for some families. You can get involved by volunteering or contributing to our Soulgood Cares program. We accept donations to help in the following ways:

  • Provide plant-based food to families in need in food deserts and underserved low-income communities.

  • Provide jobs and career opportunities to women and men who need a second chance.

  • Provide plant-based meals to first responders, healthcare workers and essential workers.

  • Provide support to restaurant workers, restaurant owners and food service professionals. 

  • Provide free plant-based health education services in partnership with local nonprofit organizations, school districts and corporations.

Our 2020 Social Impact

  • 2020 Raised Over $30,000 to Feed Over 2,500 Families and Frontline Workers and First Responders

  • Donated Over $5,000 to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

  • Served Families in Dallas, Arlington and Fort Worth

  • Retained 3 Jobs During the Pandemic

You can get involved and help:

 

1) First option, you can make a donation to the Soulgood Cares' COVID-19 Disaster Relief Effort program below and select any amount you wish to contribute. Your donation here through our new 501c3 is eligible for a tax credit and managed by our fiscal sponsor Players Philanthropy Fund. 

2) Second option, you can volunteer to serve food at one of our upcoming disaster relief food truck events coming soon. More dates and details to come. Click on this link to join the volunteer list.  

3) Third option, you can donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Tyler D. Nelson's honor to us find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis or help other families like ours. 

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Donate

Donate money to help feed families or a homeless child.

Volunteer

Volunteer during our Disaster Relief community impact days.

Join Our Team

Looking for a new job opportunity? Apply here.

Why We Give

Tyler D. Nelson was born with a genetic disease called Cystic Fibrosis. In 2015, he transitioned due to complications from the disease. However, before the age of 17, Tyler was a published author, a speaker, an award-winning advocate for organ donation, and a friend to many around the world. Soulgood was created to honor the legacy of Tyler D. Nelson, son of Chef Cynthia and Jaroby Nelson. 

 

Through our Soulgood Cares social impact and charitable giving program we raise hundreds of dollars to serve healthy foods to homeless children, deliver plant-based food options to families in low-income and underserved communities, and hire parents of special needs or chronically-ill children to work on our food truck to earn extra income. We provide free plant-based health education programs online to provide recipes, tips and resources to live a healthier life. We also go a step further with each dollar earned, we donate 5% to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and other local tax-exempt charities that align with Soulgood's mission.

Volunteer Sign-Up

Volunteer Attire Requirements

 

  • Mask covering nose and mouth 

  • Disposable gloves (Soulgood provides)

  • Comfortable and closed toed shoes (there’s lots of standing and walking)

  • Hair pulled back and either in a cap or bandana (food safety rules)

  • Jeans or dark pants

  • Black, white, or orange t-shirt

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