Support Job Seekers in Need with Our Matching Donation Campaign!

Oct 26, 2020 | News

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Here at Let’s Eat Grandma, we’re trying to be more than just another resume writing service. We’ve made it our mission to help all job seekers get started or get ahead in their careers. This means not just providing resume help to our clients, but also giving back to support those professionals facing career challenges.

So, we’ve decided to start a donation matching campaign with several organizations helping job seekers who are underserved, underprivileged, or lacking equitable opportunities. Will you join us in making a difference in their lives?

Here’s how it works (it’s super simple):

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  1. Use any of the links below to donate to a LEG partner organization.
  2. Email us so we can match your donation (up to $100!)

One good deed might not automatically change the world, but even small contributions can mean the world to people you are helping, especially in difficult times like now!

Donate to Any of These Organizations

A promotional photo for Dress for Success America, featuring a successful client.

Dress for Success

Dress for Success is a global not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.


Code2040 is a community of Black and Latinx technologists and their allies who are diversifying tech to create a more equitable, inclusive, and prosperous economy. Through high-impact direct service programs, robust in-person and online community engagement, and dynamic storytelling and knowledge sharing, Code2040 empowers and mobilizes diversity champions across the industry.

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A promotional image from the philanthropic organization Back on My Feet.

Back on My Feet

Operating in 13 major cities coast-to-coast, Back on My Feet uses running and community to motivate and support individuals every step of the way from homelessness to independence. Their success is measured not only by the health impact of miles run, but also by how many individuals obtain education, employment, and housing.

Christ in the City

Christ in the City is a Catholic program dedicated both to forming the greater community to be lifelong missionaries and to knowing, loving, and serving the poor. The organization seeks to serve the homeless through helping with material needs and with authentic encounters and friendships with the poor.

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Thanks for partnering with us to provide more equitable opportunities to all job seekers! 

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