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Organizations

We are very proud of the Menu Genie Giveback Program and the impact it has on organizations in the community. From church clubs, to sports associations, to volunteer groups, Menu Genie is glad to lend a hand...and all it takes is an appetite. Click here to recommend an organization to The Genie.

Current Giveback Partners

ORGANIZATION ABOUT
Relay for Life

Bethlehem PA

Relay For Life is an incredible and inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor cancer survivors, raise awareness about what we can do to reduce our cancer risk, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society fight the disease. By supporting a Relay For Life event, you help make the American Cancer Society's mission possible, and that helps us all move closer to our ultimate goal: a world with less cancer and more birthdays.

Sacred Heart Regional School

Allentown PA

Sacred Heart School in Allentown is a regional school that serves Sacred Heart of Jesus and St. Stephen of Hungary, Allentown and the surrounding community. It was established in 1905 to promote the spiritual, educational, social, emotional and physical development of each student. As a Christ-centered community of faith, SHS is committed to educating the whole child within an atmosphere of love of God, self, family and others.

SPIN

Bethlehem PA

We are a non profit human service organization dedicated to providing quality services and a life of possibilities for children and adults with and without disabilities and their families in the community. Our values, culture and mission are rooted in the belief that all people seek opportunities to live life to the fullest.

St Johns Inspire Youth Group

Allentown PA

We are looking to inspire the goodness, not just in ourselves, but in the community. We believe in paying it forward. Our mission statement is that the St. Johns Inspire Youth Group exists to provide youth with meaningful opportunities for spiritual development, social interaction, and service to all mankind.

St. Luke's Lutheran Church

Allentown PA

St. Luke’s grew out of a Sunday School conducted in Allentown’s Eighth Ward school building. At a meeting held on March 29, 1888, the constitution was adopted and embers of the first Church Council were dedicated. On April 5, 1888, a building committee was appointed to secure a property and to direct the erection of the church. On June 24, 1888 the cornerstone was laid for a one-story frame building. Services and Sunday School were conducted in the frame chapel from January 1889 to February 7, 1897 when the chapel was destroyed by fire. The cornerstone of the present church building was laid on September 16, 1897.

Genie's Wisdom

When I say pasta, you think... China? Noodles were originally created in China, not Italy as many people think.