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HARLEM EAT UP FOUNDATION Partner / Sponsor
Harlem Eat Up Foundation mission is to strengthen community by supporting the people, cultures and non-profit organizations that empower Harlem.
HARLEM BREWING COMPANY (Sponsor)
First brews were made in her studio apartment right across from Marcus Garvey Park. She'd finally opened the gift of a home brew kit that sat in the closet for several weeks (that might explain why the first brewed weren't such a hit). So, she kept on brewing, never giving up on perfecting her recipes. After challenges trying to Harlem Brewery, she took her home grown original recipes to Olde Saratoga Brewery, working closely with Brewmaster Paul McErlean, to formulate Harlem Brew-Sugar Hill Golden Ale. On June 19, 2001, none of the packaging materials were ready so recycled beer boxes were gathered. With amazing support from family, friends and neighbors (Uncle Arthur drove a Penske truck full of the first batch of beer over the river and through a village called Harlem Valley back to 125th Street), Harlem Brewing Company launched at the Studio Museum in Harlem. Today our brewing journey continues and we are so happy that you joined us! Cheers to You!
HARLEM SHAKE (Client)
Harlem Shake policy is to hire members of the Harlem community; nearly 65% of our staff resides from the east to west side of Harlem. As a part of the village of Harlem it's important we collaborate with our community businesses and nonprofit organizations. We support our neighbors at African-American Day Parade, Black Ink, Cultured Movement, Harlem Business Alliance, Harlem Children’s Zone, Harlem Eat Up, Harlem Haberdashery, Harlem Run, heartforharlem, Mama Foundation for the Arts, Marcus Garvey Park Alliance, The Laundromat Project, MMPCIA, Power of You Teens, NYC Health & Hospitals/Harlem, Trinity Harlem Church, The Abyssinian Baptist Church in the City of New York, Inc. and many others. We are also proud members of East Harlem Community Alliance, Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Harlem Business Alliance, Harlem Park to Park and NYC & Co.
CHAIWALI - Client
Chai is comfort and camaraderie and the combination of Real Chai and Real food is the synthesis of a new tea culture. With “Chaiwali”, Anita Trehan has chosen this playful riff on the traditional "Chaiwala" - a male seller of tea, to symbolize the woman being the nurturer of the home. She wanted her everyday food to be romantic and sensory, served in well-designed spaces that reflect community and neighborhood. It is a coming together of many worlds, and a new tribe.