Nunbelievable Steps Up in the Fight Against Hunger
It's been a busy year for Nunbelievable. Even as we negotiate the adversity and complications of the coronavirus crisis, the company has been busy expanding our business and working with our partners to meet new challenges in the fight against hunger. Here's a quick recap of what we've been up to:
A Million Meals By 2022
The Nunbelievable mission has always been to help solve the hunger crisis in a delicious way. For every purchase of our delicious cookies, we've been making contributions to organizations fighting hunger on the frontlines. As of May 2020 we are proud to have donated more than 50,000 meals through our impact partners. And we're just getting started:Our goal for 2022 is to donate one million meals.
Give Your Coffee a Heavenly Touch
We launched a new line of Nunbelievable ceramic mugs, each with a witty and playful tagline — like "Coffee, you've answered my prayers!" — that will help bring a smile as you enjoy your morning brew or an afternoon pickup to go with some delicious cookies. There are five different mugs and you can buy them here. They're already catching on with some Instagram influencers, includingHabitually Smitten and MummyYummy Lifestyle (see below).
For each mug sold, we are making a donation toNew York City Relief’s beverage fund. You can find out more about the inspiring work this organization is doing to help serve those struggling with homelessness and hunger by clicking here.
Nunbelievable in the News
Nunbelievable was lucky enough to behighlighted in March on "Maggie's Must Haves," a popular segment that runs onMorning Dose, a weekday news program on station CW39 in Houston. Host Maggie Flecknoe and lifestyle expert Courtney Bustillos gave a special shout out to Nunbelievable and our mission as part of feature on must-have products for spring. You can watch the segment below.
Volunteering in the Community
This winter we were honored to volunteer with two organizations on the frontlines. The Nunbelievable team and some of our customers spent a day with NYC Relief at one of their outreach events and also volunteered with Joshua's Heart Foundation at their food pantry in Miami. Both events were an uplifting reminder that doing good really does make you feel good. You can read more about our experiences here.