Thank you, Shoreline Church for your day of service at the Destin Pantry! We are so grateful for your time to come clean up the outside, build us a new shed for the garden, and also for your 638 Food Donations, which will help kick off the new school year. We appreciated you giving back to your community! Look below to see all the hard work their team put in on a hot Saturday afternoon cleaning up outside of the Destin Pantry and even building a beautiful new shed!
Mark you calendars! November 8th, 2019 is the Boudin, Bourbon and Beer Festival in New Orleans hosted by the Emeril Lagasse Foundation! We highly recommend this event, which features dishes created by over 70 chefs from around the country. Tickets can be purchased now, and proceeds will go towards the beneficiaries of the Emeril Lagasse Foundation.
More information and tickets can be purchased here: https://boudinbourbonandbeer.com
Thank you, Resort Quest for becoming our newest Corporate Sponsor for the next year! We are excited to have Resort Quest partner with us and be a part of our mission to fight hunger and empower students to learn.
If you would like to learn more information on becoming a corporate sponsor, please read information HERE or email email@example.com.
Thank you to The Destin Commons for sponsoring and hosting the Smoke on the Coast BBQ and Fireworks Festival! We are fortunate to be able to be one of the of the beneficiaries to receive $2.5K for Food For Thought Outreach! It was also great to be able to join Paula Deen's Family Kitchen to serve BBQ to guests of the festival. Thank you to all who joined us!
On Wednesday, July 10th we had the privilege of hosting the Walton County Chamber of Commerce "Power of Networking Luncheon," at the Santa Rosa Beach pantry. We love when we can share our facility with local businesses and organizations and the monthly luncheon for the Chamber of Commerce was the perfect opportunity to do so.
Almost 80 members of the Walton County Chamber of Commerce attended and they were able to walk through our facility, talk to other business owners and enjoy a lunch prepared by Marrow Private Chefs. Then fun was had by all with some networking fun playing a modified version of Family Feud!
It was great to also be able to share our mission here at Food For Thought and share opportunities to be able to get involved, especially with the upcoming school year.