My Life Runs On Food welcomes sponsorship and collaborative opportunities based on similar brand strategies with positive messages. To discuss details, email Sanura@MyLifeRunsOnFood.com.
Rates depend on size of company and length of time.
My process for reviewing products and services are a little different. I enjoy working with small, entrepreneurial to large corporate food-related and drink-related businesses that promote the environment, uplift communities and promote healthy lifestyles. Reviews are set up to be integrated into My Life Runs On Food in the form of stories, interviews and/or recipe development.
Start at $300 per recipe. Recipes are duplicated at least 2x before being published. Timeline for recipe development is estimated at 8 weeks.
Occasionally, companies are requested to donate products or services to two of my favorite nonprofit organizations in exchange for a story. The two organizations I work with are 227 Abolitionist Place and CAMBA.
227 Abolitionist Place Museum and Heritage Center
While 227 Abolitionist Place Museum and Heritage Center is no longer threatened with the wrecking ball, many difficult challenges remain. Massive hotels and other mega-developments are rising on every side. There is also major deterioration since Joy Chatel’s illness and eventual passing.
227 Abolitionist Place was a safe haven made possible by abolitionists Thomas and Harriet Lee Truesdell, who made tremendous sacrifices for enslaved people of African descent, women, and indentured servants. Today, it continues to be a safe haven for all who believe in justice, equality and dignity. While the home is no longer threatened with the wrecking ball, many difficult challenges remain. Massive hotels and other mega-developments are rising on every side.
Current contributions made by concerned citizens pay for legal expenses, monthly utilities and future renovation plans. Joy Chatel always expressed that 227 Abolitionist Place belonged to the people. It is with that same constitution that we appeal to those who strongly believe this home is a crucial part of American History deserving preservation.
> Visit here to make a donation.
On nights and weekends, I write about food. My day job is a Graphic Designer in CAMBA’s Department of Strategic Partnerships. CAMBA is a non-profit agency that provides services that connect people with opportunities to enhance their quality of life. As one of Brooklyn’s largest non-profit organizations, it offers integrated services and programs in: Economic Development, Education & Youth Development, Family Support, Health, Housing, and Legal Services.
> To learn more, visit CAMBA.org.