At Wildseed, we believe that an important tool we have to fight climate change and support our community is our fork. That’s why we are committed to creating a menu that leaves a small carbon footprint and makes a difference in the lives of our local farmers, all while supporting our community – because doing good makes good sense.
We're proud to work with and support the community organizations below. If you're involved in a community organization that you think would be a good fit with Wildseed, please reach out and we'll see how we can work together.
Friends of the Urban Forest
We believe our local mission is part of a bigger one that begins with our fork. That’s why we donate 10 cents from every check to the Friends of the Urban Forest to help displace our carbon footprint, clean the air and reduce global warming.Friends of the Urban Forest
Goatlandia Farm Animal Sanctuary
Goatlandia, founded by our Operating Partner, Deborah Blum, is an animal sanctuary that rescues farm animals and educates the public about the choice for a compassionate lifestyle. In addition to providing a safe and loving forever home to their feathered and furry family, Goatlandia also places rescued animals into other loving homes through their adoption program.Goatlandia
Alexandra Rothwell Kelly, Registered Dietitian
To develop our menu, we worked with Alexandra Rothwell Kelly, a Registered Dietitian with a Masters in Public Health and over a decade of experience in the nutrition field. In clinical settings, she has worked extensively with general oncology patients and breast cancer survivors, where she developed wellness programming and conducted research in integrative medicine. More recently, she has worked with health-focused food and technology companies. Alexandra conducts individualized nutrition and lifestyle counseling with a “whole-food” approach, helping people break free from diet cycles and learn to nourish themselves holistically.
CUESA is nonprofit organization dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food. Their vision is to inspire a world that nourishes all people, local economies, and the living earth. CUESA manages farmers markers throughout the Bay Area while providing educational programs and support for food entrepreneurs, working toward a healthy, just, and sustainable food system through education, advocacy, and action.CUESA
ROY is a full service hospitality design studio based in San Francisco aimed at creating conceptually driven designs while preserving functionality and value. Their goal is to build memorable brands that have a strong point of view.
Formerly known as Hannah Collins Designs, ROY was founded by sisters Emily and Hannah Collins in 2013, who combined their passions for the hospitality industry and storytelling through design. Growing up and working in the restaurant business has given them a deep understanding of what it takes to succeed in the industry.