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The Havenly Fellowship


of refugees in the US do not attend a training program 


For many refugees, and especially mothers, it is hard to prioritize training and English classes over making an immediate income. This lack of opportunity leads to cycles of marginalization and poverty.

No one should be forced to choose between
making an income and getting an education.

That is why at Havenly Treats,
trainees earn while they learn.


Fellows work 15-20 hours per week, 4 days a week. Each day starts with a 1-hour workshop, followed by production at the kitchen. ​

Our workshops are designed to address the barriers that preclude refugee and immigrant women from accessing meaningful and sustainable job opportunities. But they are also designed to provide trainees with community advocacy and leadership training. 

Trainees receive individualized support throughout the fellowship and are connected to a number of local organizations and our partners. Hover over the tiles below to learn more about Havenly's fellowship curriculum, and consider supporting these programs through a donation or by purchasing a box of our treats!

Digital Literacy


Job Readiness

Food Safety


Financial Literacy

  • Know Your Rights Workshops 

  • English for workplaces 

  • History of worker's movements 

  • Introduction to local organizing


Transformational Leadership 

Spring 2020 Cohort
Spring 2019 Cohort