Women’s Bean Project


January is National Soup Month!

January is declared as the “unofficial” national soup month. With cold temperatures and chilly days, it’s the perfect time to celebrate and reminisce with us with a warm bowl of our healthy, hearty soup or chili.   It’s one of America’s favorite comfort foods through the long, cold days of winter which makes January one of the best months to celebrate national soup month.

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Vote to Give-it-Away to Women’s Bean Project

Women’s Bean Project was one of three nonprofit organizations chosen in the Americas for a chance to win a $25,000 grant from J.P. Morgan and we need your support by voting for us! The “Give-it-Away” campaign runs from September 15, 2014 through November 15, 2014. Cast your vote today. Only one vote per valid email address.   Women’s Bean Project is a nationally-recognized social

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My WBP Story – Rita

Before starting at the Bean Project, I felt lonely because I didn’t know anyone in Colorado. I moved to Colorado from California because I wanted a better environment for my two girls. I struggled with depression and anxiety and didn’t have a job so I started job searching and heard about Women’s Bean Project and applied. Before coming to the Bean Project, I had never worked alongside

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January is National Hot Tea Month – Warm Your Soul

January has been designated as National Hot Tea Month. A study that was published in the American Journal of Nutrition promoted the drinking of green tea, by stating that it prevents viral infections, and aids in weight loss.  The potential benefits of adding tea to our diets, an easy and inexpensive addition to our daily lives, may aid in the ongoing battle of the

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National Soup Month – 25 Years of Celebration at the Bean Project

January is declared as the “unofficial” national soup month.  It’s also the kick off to Women’s Bean Project’s 25th Anniversary.  That’s why it’s the perfect time to celebrate and reminisce with us with a warm bowl of our healthy, hearty soup or chili. It’s one of America’s favorite comfort foods through the long, cold days of winter which makes January one of the best

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From the Bean Kitchen: Positively Pleasing Pumpkin Scones

We hope you will enjoy making some of our fun, healthy, easy Thanksgiving side dish recipes, there’s even a Gluten Free cornbread stuffing recipe! On this week of giving thanks, we’d like to thank YOU for supporting us. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at Women’s Bean Project! Positively Pleasing Pumpkin Scones Ingredients:  1 package of Women’s Bean Project Denver Tea Room Cream Scone Mix

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From the Bean Kitchen: Grateful Gluten Free Cornbread Stuffing

Here are a few fun Thanksgiving Day facts, traditions and history: Did you know that 91% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day and 50% of Americans put the stuffing inside the Turkey.  There are regional differences as to the “stuffing” (or “dressing”) traditionally served with the turkey. Southerners generally make theirs from cornbread, while in other parts of the country white bread is

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From the Bean Kitchen: Calico Baked Beans

A few years ago, in conjunction with The Orchard Town Center, we put together a Recipe for Success Cookbook giving you a flavor for the range of dishes you can create from the products produced by Women’s Bean Project.  We collaborated with various individuals who have made an impact in our communities, to create their favorite recipes using Women’s Bean Project products.  We want

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Ensuring Change Sticks 5-Week Campaign

2013-14 Program Participants: Diem, Vonnie, Rissi, Troylynn, Shana, Nell, Aila, Michelle, Dada, Ivory When a woman thrives, we all gain. For 24 years, Women’s Bean Project has been helping women break the cycle of poverty and unemployment.  Through the Bean Project’s carefully honed transitional employment program, participants receive immediate income and learn job readiness skills, while being mentored and encouraged in ways that increase

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From the Bean Kitchen – Spice-Rubbed Tenderloin

Photo courtesy of Spoonful.com A few years ago, in conjunction with The Orchard Town Center, we put together a Recipe for Success Cookbook giving you a flavor for the range of dishes you can create from the products produced by Women’s Bean Project.  We collaborated with various individuals who have made an impact in our communities, to create their favorite recipes using Women’s Bean Project

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