Feed The Valley
April 15 – June 1, 2021
It has certainly been a hard year for restaurants, residents of The Valley, and our country! As we recover from the Covid-19 crisis and the economic crisis it has triggered, we know that both struggling Valley families and restaurants can use added support.
Women United is an affinity group of the Valley United Way focused on empowering women in a variety of ways—from building a sense of community and fostering a speaker series to hosting fundraisers for causes that support women, families, our community, and the United Way.
To that end, Women United is initiating Feed The Valley, a fundraising program to help fight hunger and support families recovering from the difficulties of the past year. Importantly, this campaign would also help restaurants, and do so at no cost to those who participate in this effort.
Scroll down for a list of participating restaurants.
How It Works
Women United of the Valley United Way, is introducing “Feed the Valley,” a fundraiser taking place at participating restaurants from April 15th through June 1st to alleviate hunger in our community while supporting the restaurants and their employees as they recover from financial difficulties caused by Covid-19.
At the end of a meal at a participating restaurant, patrons will be asked if they would like to add a donation onto their bill through the restaurant’s point of sale system to support “Feed the Valley.”
Donations will be provided to Valley United Way partner agencies that support those who struggle with food insecurity, including the Kathleen C.B. Samela Memorial Food Bank, Salvation Army, Seymour Oxford Food Bank, Spooner House, and St. Vincent DePaul Food Bank.
Can’t make it or don’t feel comfortable participating by visiting the restaurants at this time? If you would still like to make a donation, click on the logo above. You’re support is very much appreciated.