WHO WE ARE
We are volunteers with deep roots in Saint Johns County, Florida, committed to sustainable practices to nourish our planet and this community, providing good food to good people, and engendering an environment of accomplishment and success necessary to break the cycles of poverty and food insecurity.
We will identify and continuously do what is right and good for our planet and our
Epic-Cure® believes that every human being deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. We pledge to serve every individual, group and community with dignity and respect, and without regard to race, color, ethnicity, citizenship, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, unfavorable discharge from the military or status as a protected veteran.
We will preserve and enhance the dignity of our volunteers and those we serve – our
We have no interest or involvement in, and remain silent on, political affairs and
debates and will never recruit someone to join any political, ideological, or sociopolitical cause.
We have no interest or involvement in, and remain silent on, religious
affairs and debates and will never recruit someone to join one's faith or cause.
We embrace diversity and professionally deliver the utmost value to our volunteers
and those we serve.
Sunny Mulford is a co-founder of Epic Cure – Sustain U., her latest effort in a long history of charitable acts that includes CASA training and mentoring and housing underprivileged children.
Hanna Layton graduated from Arizona State University with her Bachelors of Science in Sustainability as well as beginning her 4+1 program for a Masters of Sustainable Solutions degree.
Monica’s demonstrated dedication to the Epic-Cure cause and her expertise in dealing with complex systems with the added wildcard of human interactions in stressful circumstances made our decision easy, indeed.