Triar Seafood Community

Triar Seafood Community

Triar Seafood Company is proud to support non-profit organizations dedicated to sustainable agriculture and farming within their local communities. A portion of Triar Seafood’s proceeds is donated to our community partners, featured regularly on this site.

To become a partner, please complete the Contact Us form and include a brief description of your organization in the comments field.

DARE TO CARE FOOD BANK

The mission of Dare to Care is to lead their community to feed the hungry and conquer the cycle of need. They fulfill this mission through innovative programs, efficient operations and by partnering with over 300 food pantries, shelters and emergency kitchens. Triar Seafood participated in Dare to Care's Taste of the Derby Festival at Louisville Slugger Field where all proceeds benefitted this important organization. For more infomation about Dare to Care, click here


THE JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION

Founded in 1986, the James Beard Foundation is dedicated to celebrating, nurturing, and preserving America's diverse culinary heritage and future. A cookbook author and teacher with an encyclopedic knowledge about food, James Beard, who died in 1985, was a champion of American cuisine. He helped educate and mentor generations of professional chefs and food enthusiasts. Today, the Beard Foundation continues in the same spirit by administering a number of diverse programs that include educational initiatives, food industry awards, scholarships to culinary schools, and publications, and by maintaining the historic James Beard House in New York City’s Greenwich Village as a “performance space” for visiting chefs.

For more information, please visit www.jamesbeard.org. Find insights on food at the James Beard Foundation’s blog Delights & Prejudices. Join the James Beard Foundation on Facebook. Follow the James Beard Foundation on Twitter.

 

THE FRONTERA FARMER FOUNDATION

The Frontera Farmer Foundation is committed to promoting small, sustainable farms serving the Chicago area by providing them with capital development grants. The Foundation envisions a year-round interchange between sustainable farmers and consumers, including farmers’ market patrons and chefs, in which seasonal local agriculture provides the foundation for regional cuisine.

“Great food, like all art, enhances and reflects a community’s vitality, growth and solidarity. Yet history bears witness that great cuisines spring only from healthy local agriculture.”
-Rick Bayless, Proprietor of Frontera Grill and Topolobampo

For more information about the Frontera Farmer Foundation, click here.