The Town Kitchen is committed to creating a thriving community of urban innovators.
Our partners hold a shared vision of creating resilient communities.
I-SEEED strives to build an ecosystem of "solutionists" to solve our communities' most pressing social problems. They believe that through innovative economic, educational, environmental design, and cutting edge technology, we can create just and sustainable communities for all.
I-SEEED believes that through deep investments in people, place, systems and structures we can fundamentally transform the built environment -- heal social and environmental trauma -- and provide opportunities for all children and families to reach their full potential.
ICA works tirelessly with entrepreneurs, advisors, employees and sponsors to create a more equitable and impactful economic ecosystem in the Bay Area. Their unique approach has developed many amazing companies who have created good jobs for local residents.
Youth Food Project (YFP) is a non-profit initiative that uses local food as a pathway to educational and employment outcomes.
We bring together locally-owned food businesses, public education institutions, & non-profits to empower and educate systems-impacted youth in the Bay Area.
Tumml is an urban ventures accelerator with a mission to empower entrepreneurs to solve urban problems. With a hands-on approach, Tumml provides entrepreneurs with the tools to help scale their impact and enhance quality of life in cities everywhere.
The Town Kitchen couldn't be happier that Byte continues to increase their orders with us each month! Our partnership is rooted in fresh, healthy food for employers that love their employees and communities.
MAMACITAS CAFE is a women owned pop-up cafe that creates jobs and provides training for female identified youth in Oakland. Founders Shana Lancaster and Renee Geesler believe in cultivating opportunities that bring economic possibilities to Oakland's young people. Mamacitas prioritizes the training and advancement of our female employees and includes mentoring, leadership training, professional coaching and conflict resolution.
They want to prepare young women to take leadership positions within Oakland's evolving economic landscape, pursue higher education and advance their entrepreneurial ideas.