Devoted to eradicating the barriers that plague the Black community in Education, Food Justice, and Public Health.

Food Justice

Education

Help us combat racist educational structures by providing alternative education to our marginalized youth!

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Public Health

We're assessing needs and filling voids as best we can, it's going to take all of us to save us.

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Support Change Today, Change Tomorrow's many outreach efforts in education, public health and food justice!

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Our Mission

WE ARE DEVOTED TO ERADICATING THE BARRIERS THAT PLAGUE THE BLACK COMMUNITY IN EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICE.

$130k

ONE LOUISVILLE FUND

800+

VOLUNTEERS

100k

TOTAL SERVED

EXERCISING

COMMUNITY POWER

This is how we

Change Food Justice

Feed the West

Free grocery delivery program for West Louisville residents launched by Black Market CEO and Founder, Shauntrice Martin.

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Healthy Change

Every third Saturday we distribute 100 bags of free Black-owned produce, herbal tea, cold-pressed juice, organic supplements and quarterly vegan dishes!

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Change Gardens

Getting fresh food to the people is one thing, let's grow the food too! Join us every Saturday in the spring for West Louisville garden development.

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Black Market

Black woman led and owned grocery store in West Louisville, KY. Feed the West monthly pick up on the first Monday of each month.

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Louisville Community Grocery

A cooperatively-owned grocery store that supports the local economy by providing health, affordable food through just and equitable food practices, employment, and ownership.

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Wishlist

From alternative baby wipes to men's hygiene click below to support our Feed the West wishlist.

WISHLIST

Racial Justice through Food Access.

1

DELIVERY HUB

20

Feed the West DROP SITES

500

VOLUNTEERS

60000

WEST END RESIDENTS SERVED

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An $85 donation provides a Feed the West share for one West Louisville resident. Fresh organic meats, dairy and produce can be taken to 2803 South Floyd Street Suite 2A Louisville, KY 40209.

Email Stanley at Dare to Care

 

Please consider taking the time to email Stanley Siegwald, Director of Strategic Initiatives, at Dare to Care Food Bank this proposal for Feed the West to move our operations from Floyd Street to their new facility on 28th Street. Please use this script, it is encouraged to edit in your own genuine thoughts and experiences with Change Today, Change Tomorrow.

 

Dear Stanley,

 

My name is [Your Name] and I am emailing you in regards to your dormant 2,100 sq. ft space in your new facility in the Parkland neighborhood. As a stakeholder of Change Today, Change Tomorrow (CTCT) we understand the importance of expanding collaborative efforts to maximize impact to create long lasting change. I am involved with CTCT in the [recipient, volunteer, donor] capacity.

 

[Insert personal experience]

 

I have attached a one-page proposal for you all’s consideration. Collaborating with CTCT will bring trust between the community you serve and your white-led organization.

 

Sincerely,

[Your Name]

Resident of [Your Neighborhood]

D2C Proposal (click here to download and attach to your email)