A note from our founders
We have spent the past few days, as many of you all have, asking questions and trying to process what is happening to the world around us. While we don't have many answers, one thing is for sure. We want to do whatever we can to help. We recognize that many are fortunate enough to have kitchens stocked with food and supplies as we enter these next few weeks of the unknown. But not everyone is as lucky.
We are huge believers that the little things can add up and make a difference. So today, we are reintroducing Kinder Kitchens - an initiative we launched last year during the holidays. From now until the end of March, we're taking 15% off our entire assortment so that you have whatever you need to cook for yourself, your family, or your neighbors. But that's not all. We are partnering with City Harvest so that you can give a portion of your discount to them as they work tirelessly to bring groceries to those that are most in need. We're not on the frontlines - but they are - so whatever we can do to help their efforts, we will do.
Things will continue to change each and every day as we all navigate these unchartered waters together. We want you to know that we are right there with you. We're figuring out the rhythms of working from home, doing more meal-planning than ever before, calling our parents and friends to check in on them and staying indoors to help flatten the curve. We'll be staying in touch over Instagram and via email, so feel free to DM us or send us a note if we can help with anything.
Wishing you all good health,
Eunice and Dave
City Harvest has been working tirelessly for 36 years to rescue food that would otherwise go to waste and deliver it to soup kitchens and food pantries across New York's five boroughs. Over the coming weeks and months, they expect to help feed nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers who are struggling to put meals on their tables.Discover More
Be a part of Kinder Kitchens
We started Material to honor meaningful moments in the kitchen - the sharing of food and conversations, the momentary break from one's busy day, the lingering memories from that-one-dinner-party-for-the-books. During times like these, that often looks like giving, whether it’s cooking dinner for your family or taking the time to give to those in need. Kinder Kitchens, we hope, can help make both of these things happen at once.Give with us