Happiness is... Giving Back!
Pique believes in giving back to our local community. Our employees volunteer their time through service projects focused on the issues of hunger, the environment, and social justice.
"Everyone should have the opportunity to lead a healthy, self-directed life, and people living with HIV should not feel stuck, isolated, or stigmatized.
The Aliveness Project was founded as a community center for and driven by people living with HIV. For over 30 years, we have been facilitating connection to community, offering nutrition & wellness services, and linking out members to resources to lead fulfilling & healthy lives."
"Open Arms of Minnesota is a nonprofit that cooks and delivers free, nutritious meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses in the Twin Cities.
Open Arms believes that food is medicine, and our work matters to the health outcomes of our clients. With the help of over 6,000 volunteers, Open Arms will cook and deliver more than 600,000 delicious meals this year to people living with cancer, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis and ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), as well as their caregivers and dependents."
"The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board exists to provide places and recreation opportunities for all people to gather, celebrate, contemplate, and engage in activities that promote health, well-being, community, and the environment."
"One in 10 people in our region are at risk of being hungry even though there is more than enough food to feed our hungry neighbors.
Hunger continues to be a prevalent and pervasive issue in our area, but we believe no one should go hungry. Second Harvest Heartland's clients come from rural, urban and suburban areas, of every age and background.
There is more than enough food available to feed everyone. Second Harvest Heartland leads through innovation, finding creative solutions to connect the full resources of our community with our hungry neighbors."