CONTACTS

Want to develop a Bread House locally? Get in touch with us! Join our network of cultural centers and social enterprises!

Worldwide: 

Dr. Nadezhda Savova-Grigorova, Founder and President/Global Coordinator: nadezhda@breadhousesnetwork.org

Europe and Bulgaria: 

Zdrava Vodenicharova, Coordinator for Europe and nationally Bulgaria:
zdrava@breadhousesnetwork.org

Sandra Topalska, Coordinator for Europe and nationally Bulgaria:
sandra@breadhousesnetwork.org

Our Main Office and Bread House address: Sofia, Bulgaria, 103, Ekzarh Yosif Str.

USA, New York, Raymond Olive, designer of the first Mobile Bread House (operating in the Princeton area); creator of the Dough-nations project: ray8olives@gmail.com

PrincetonPete Abrams, coordinator of the Mobile Bread House travels and operations in the Princeton-Trenton areas: petenyc@gmail.com

San Francisco: Ian Pope, interested in developing a Bread House project in the Bay area; coordinator of our Bakers Without Borders platform (www.bakerswithoutborders.net iancpope@gmail.com

Detroit: Mariana Juliette, former volunteer at the Plovdiv (Bulgaria) Bread House:mjuliette@gmail.com

North Carolina: Rossi Anastopoulo, former volunteer at the Gabrovo (Bulgaria) Bread House: anastopo@live.unc.edu

Mexico, Cuernavaca: Antoaneta Antonova, President of the Mexican Institute for Cultural Diplomacy, coordinator of the local Bread House initiative: antoaneta1026mx@gmail.com

Canada and Thailand: Shadia Sallit, organizing the Thai Bread House project from Canada: shadia_sallit@hotmail.com

Tadjikistan: Nadezhda Zdravkova, coordinator for the Pamir Bread House, built close to the border with Afghanistan: nadezhda.zdravkova@giz.de

Germany, Torsten Gorg, Baker Without Borders organizing various programs using the game Bakers Without Borders:
kornkreise@emailn.de

Visit also:

I3C – The International Council for Cultural Centers (the mother organization of the Bread Houses Network, founded by Nadezhda Savova in 2008): http://www.international3c.org/

6 thoughts on “CONTACTS

  1. Sonny Hale

    I am Bulgarian, living in USA. For the longest time I have been trying to find a recipe for SIMIT. My grandmother used to bake it, but she passed away and I have noone to ask as to how to make it. If anyone knows the recipe, please, e-mail me. I only remember that it smelled differently from regular bread.

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  2. Jenny Methven

    I am interested in your great idea. I live in Northern Ireland and wonder if there has been any contact from people here interested in setting something up.
    Best wishes
    Jenny methven

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  3. simon Gray

    Hello,
    I am trying to find out if their is a Bread House in New Zealand as I want to contact the person/people who might be starting it, I saw a little bit on a video of Nadezhda’s TEDx talk where New Zealand was mentioned.
    Thank you
    Simon

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  5. Laura James

    I am so excited and intrigued by the mission of BHN. I live in St. Louis, MO and would love to explore the possibility of organizing a bread-making event here (starting small). FOCUS North America is already doing great things in my city and I think they would be a great partner. Could you provide me with information on becoming a BHN Crumbassador? I look forward to speaking with you.

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