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Charitable Giving

YOUR PURCHASE MAKES A DIFFERENCE

At Bewley Irish Imports, we know the importance of giving back to our communities. Learn more about our initiatives below.

Chester County Food Bank logo

We mobilize our community to ensure access to real, healthy food.

The Chester County Food Bank was formed in 2009 to address the escalating hunger problem in the county. Our primary goal was, and still is, to have a viable, sustainable organization that secures, manages and distributes food to those in need.

Today, we are the central hunger relief organization serving more than 150 partner agencies in Chester County, PA. Through our network of food cupboards, hot meal sites, shelters, and other social service organizations, we distribute over 3 million pounds to our neighbors with limited or uncertain access to adequate food.

We take a steadfast approach to provide food and build support in the neediest communities while raising awareness and engagement among our community.

The Rahul Kotak Foundation logo

Making Education a reality for every child in Kenya.

Team RKF started out in early 2014 carrying out small charity drives for two years in local communities while laying the foundation for a formal set up. The Rahul Kotak Foundation was officially started in April 2016 when it registered as a NGO with the NGO Co-ordination Board of Kenya.

RKF was primarily started as a way to empower local communities, especially children, in a way that would help move the needle on some of the most pressing issues faced by those living in abject poverty. In the process, we learnt of the many challenges that students living in marginalized communities face and that is what set us on the course of working with local schools to improve what is currently available to students. The Foundation was started by siblings, Mansi and Mohit, to honour the life of their late brother, Rahul who passed away in 2013.

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