In the midst of the current pandemic Food Connection is getting creative on how to get our beloved chefs back in the kitchen to prepare meals for the men, women and children who are currently the most vulnerable within our community because of this pandemic.
Your donation will cover the cost of raw ingredients (often times sourced from local farmers), packaging (eco-friendly when possible), pay for our chef partners and staff, and transportation and coordination. This supports these local chef's businesses while connecting delicious, nutritious meals to those in our community who are really struggling right now. It is a "win win" for all involved. Thank you for helping us continue this program! (pictured, Angela King from 12 Bones)
This is an opportunity to get our local chefs back in the kitchen doing what they love AND feeding our neighbors in need.
Recently Food Connection dropped off two hundred and twenty five 12 Bones pork and veggie dinners to the seniors residing at the Housing Authority's Asheville Terrace Apartments. "Not only did our residents love the delicious food, but they felt seen and valued by the greater community," Sheila Hensley, Residential Support Specialist.
Chicken parmesan, ratatouille, garden salad and French Profiteroles to Trinity Place Shelter for Runaway youth. Made possible by donations to Food Connection's Chef Meal Donations program.
Our gratitude to Celine and Company for preparing 200 meals for us through financial contributions through Food Connection's website. Thank you to ALL of our supporters who have made this possible!