We could not make it through the year without the support of Volunteers, Donors, Churches and Sponsors. At the end of the 2019 we had countless Volunteers; over 60 individual donors; 17 Churches; and 18 business sponsors that provided support to our mission. In addition to these supporters, we have several restaurants that provide food supplies each week: Longhorn, Starbucks, Pizza Hut, Outback, Pizza Hut, Red Lobster.
Churches: Unity Christian Church; Covenant Church; First Presbyterian Church; Greenville Community Christian Church; Hayes Chapel Missionary Baptist Church; First Presbyterian Ladies Circle; Intercessory Christian Center; Jarvis Memorial United Methodist Church; Koinonia Christian Center Church; Our Redeemer Lutheran Church; Pleasant Hill FWB Youth; Red Oak Christian Church; St James United Methodist Church; St John’s Episcopal, Fayetteville; St Paul’s Episcopal Church; St Peters Missionary Baptist; St Timothy’s Episcopal Church; University Church of Christ; Wells Chapel Church of God in Christ.
Sponsors: Basil’s, Basil’s Basil’s; Pizza Hut of Winterille; State Farm Insurance; Highway 55; Mellow Mushroom; WalMart Community Grants; State Farm Insurance; Greenville Women’s League; Villa Verde; a Tavola; Basils; C.M.Eppes Class of 1964; Cypress Glen Retirement Community; Duck Donuts; East Carolina Veterinary Service; Greenville Area Property Managers Association (GAPMA); GGJB Investments LLC; Golden Corral; Greenville Evening Rotary; Greenville Hospitality Investments, LLC (Microtel); KCS Floor Plan, LLC; Kiwanis Club of Greenville; Les Nettoyeurs Inc, Merry Maids; NC Forest Products; No Thanks Needed; Regional Acceptance Corp; Ricci Law Firm; The Scullery.
We would like to thank all of our Sponsors and their Patrons for making 2018 Restaurant Day a success. On Thursday, September 6, 2018 a dozen food establishments provided a portion of their day’s sales to the JOY Soup Kitchen.
Please find the time to enjoy a meal with these sponsors and be sure to tell them that you appreciate their helping us deal with food insecurity in Greenville.