If you’ve enjoyed Kenda & Paul’s “Nana Mae’s” juices, or artisan grilled cheese sandwiches at “The Farmer’s Wife” booth at the SF Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, or Paul’s delectable apple varieties at the Marin farmers’ markets, you’ll have a taste of their amazing spirit and deep commitment to local farms and sustainability movement.
Flood damage estimated at $150,000. We have no doubt that they’ll recover from horrible setback ... with our community’s support.
Can you or your company join us in contributing to their recovery fund? Whether $1 or $1,000, each and every contribution is deeply, deeply appreciated.
We love Kendra and Paul to bits; they’re a force in the Bay Area food scene and we can’t lose them.
Please share this post with friends, colleagues and businesses who might be able to support.
With gratitude and in solidarity,
Friends of Kendra & Paul
Recent articles for more background:
Sebastopol chef grapples with flooding of new cafe after losing home in Wine Country fires (SF Chronicle)
'I am just not sure if I can do this anymore': Flooded Barlow tenant lost home to 2017 fires (Sonoma Index-Tribune)
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