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Edible® and Junior Achievement – a partnership driving results

posted by Tariq Farid April 18, 2018

As I have written in the past, few things give me as much pleasure as seeing our Edible® team take time to give back to our community.

That was the case on Friday, April 13, when 27 incredible members of our Edible® team partnered with Junior Achievement and served as teachers for the day to 266 students at Dunbar Hill School in Hamden, CT. 

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A sweet surprise for some special UPS moms

posted by Tariq Farid May 12, 2017

Growing up I saw my mother take on many roles: caregiver, friend, chef, cheerleader, tutor, the list could go on and on. I’ve found that there is no limit to what mothers can and will do for their children to help them succeed. As I’ve shared many times, it is because of the sacrifices and love from my mother that my family and I are able to enjoy the American dream.

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Support the nonprofit important to you. Be part of the Great Give

posted by Tariq Farid April 20, 2017

Edible Arrangements The Great GiveOn May 2 – nonprofits in New Haven county are participating in what is the largest national day of local giving to raise millions of dollars for important causes in our communities. These are the organizations that feed the hungry, care and educate children and adults, treat those with life threatening illness, welcome people from war-torn countries, as well as inspire us with artistic expression.   Continue Reading

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A year later, a dream becomes reality

posted by Tariq Farid June 9, 2016

Last year the Tariq Farid Foundation was honored to contribute to the Cindy Lynn Sherwin Memorial Foundation to help create a playground at an elementary school in a needy area of New Haven, Connecticut.

The playground was the idea of Jessica DaSilva as a way to honor her older sister, Cindy, who had passed away eight years earlier.

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