Monkey Business Cafe in the Media

 

A Café That’s More Than Just Food

Edison International supports Monkey Business Café in Fullerton, a nonprofit restaurant whose mission is to help foster kids become self-sufficient young adults.

Cari Hart-Bunevith remembers Monkey Business Café's early years when the Fullerton restaurant’s “kitchen” consisted of a microwave oven, a blender to make smoothies and two sandwich offerings — turkey or the Nutty Monkey, a combination of peanut butter, bananas and honey.

Read the Rest of the Article on Inside Edison

 

Cal State Fullerton students help foster kids grow produce and skills

The flitting of bees and butterflies from flower to flower isn’t the only cross-pollination going on at the Fullerton Arboretum.

Cal State Fullerton students work at the campus arboretum alongside teens and young adults emancipating out of the foster care system to grow produce that is then incorporated into meals served at an off-campus cafe.

The program, called I-CAN, gives the young people marketable skills before they leave the foster system and provides the students a chance to see how their research has an effect in the community.

Read the Rest of the Article in the Orange County Register

 

Bennett: At Monkey Business, a cafe with a cause, the food is good, too

The world could use a little more compassion right now. Something as simple as a smile from a stranger or a selfless good deed will undoubtedly go a lot further in 2017, a new year already being dominated by divisive rhetoric and fear-based politics.

That's why when the Twitter banter gets too intense and the latest news dispatches threaten my sanity, I turn off my devices, grab a book, slap on a big ol' grin and head to Fullerton's Monkey Business, Orange County's only so-called cafe with a cause.

Read the Rest of the Article in the Los Angeles Times

 

Orange Voice News

 

Gifts That Change the World

Hart Community Homes featured in an Orange County Register article about buying products from organizations that also help people in need.

View a copy of the article in the Orange County Register

 

15th Annual Golf Tournament - October 4, 2013

Thanks for all your support for the golf tournament it was a huge success. A special thanks to our event sponsors Class Auto and UPS.

 

Monkey Business at the Arboretum

Nonprofit is in its ninth month of collaboration working with California State's University, Fullerton Arboretum.

View a copy of the article in the Fullerton Observer

 

Monkey Business is serious stuff

Nonprofit helps foster children learn life skills.

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/monkey-business-is-1634600-serious-stuff

 

Where the Boys Are

The yummy sandwiches and free coffee of Monkey Business Cafe

http://www.ocweekly.com/2006-11-02/food/where-the-boys-are/

 

Monkey Business Earns Healthy Food Certificate

The Fullerton Collaborative and The Downtown Business Association has presented its first Healy Foods Certificate to Monkey Business Café.

http://www.ocregister.com/news/business-236951-healthy-monkey.html

 

Orange Coast Magazine

Monkey Business Cafe is mention in Orange Coast Magazine.

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