Community Engagement for Restaurants

Restaurants share their involvement with fundraising events for local and national causes, aid for the needy, responses to crisis events, and bringing communities together for the greater good.

 

Incentive to Open a New Concept in Evansville, Indiana

It’s a savory offer. City leaders in Evansville, Indiana, will award $250,000 to the restaurateur or developer with the best plan to open a new restaurant in their downtown.

Specialty Food Foundation Awards Grants to Fight Hunger


The Specialty Food Foundation has awarded $250,000 in grants to support innovative organizations in 10 states that are working to address hunger and improve food recovery.

Game On for Wellness Game On for Wellness

Full-service chains are expanding healthy menus and promoting active lifestyles.

MRA To Host Event With Harpoon Brewery

The Massachusetts Restaurant Association (MRA) announced a new industry event, the Holiday Hangover to End Childhood Hunger.

Another Broken Egg Opens Fifth Atlanta Area Restaurant Another Broken Egg Opens Fifth Atlanta Area Restaurant

Double R Restaurant Group announced the grand opening of Another Broken Egg Cafe (ABEC) on Monday, Dec. 15 at 11030 Medlock Bridge Road, Suite 110 John’s Creek, Georgia, 30097.

Philadelphia Cream Cheese Partners With Farm to Table Chef Philadelphia Cream Cheese Partners With Farm to Table Chef

Kraft Foodservice announced its partnership between Philadelphia Cream Cheese and award-winning chef Stephanie Izard, Executive Chef of Girl & The Goat and Little Goat Diner.

NRAEF Opens Scholarship Application Process

The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) opened the application process for its 2015 merit-based scholarships.

Another Broken Egg Cafe Debuts in Jupiter, Florida Another Broken Egg Cafe Debuts in Jupiter, Florida

Double R Restaurant Group announced the opening of Another Broken Egg Cafe (ABEC) on Monday, Dec. 8 in Jupiter, Florida.

Nonprofit Restaurants Pay Back Communities Nonprofit Restaurants Pay Back Communities

Ryan Saari never wanted to get into the restaurant business. Saari, a pastor, and some likeminded people in Portland, Oregon, originally planned to start a nonprofit organization to better the community.

Panel Explores How to Improve Coffee Supply Chains Panel Explores How to Improve Coffee Supply Chains

On Nov. 13, 2014, Sarah Beaubien, director of sustainability for Farmer Bros. Co. and a member of the board of directors of the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP), led a breakout session at ISSP’s 2014 conference in Denver. 

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