The latest happenings over at ShiftMeals
As Everyone Eats explores further funding options during this pause, we ask that you continue to support the restaurants like Morse Block Deli and the 100+ others who stepped up to join the Everyone Eats program in this time of uncertainty.
As we reflect on the 2020 journey of Everyone Eats in Chittenden, Franklin, and Grand Isle counties, we are overwhelmed with gratitude for all of the communities and partners that worked with us to create this new program and feed all of our friends and neighbors.
The innovative Vermont Everyone Eats program that has provided free restaurant to-go meals to COVID-impacted Vermonters since August is being put on hold as of December 31.
Three Penny Taproom has been a Montpelier staple since opening their doors in 2009. Kevin Kerner, Co-Owner of Three Penny describes the past few months as “quite literally like opening a new restaurant every two weeks” - going from curbside completely to offering...
Since the expansion of Everyone Eats distribution, Harry’s Hardware located in Cabot has prepared over 3,200 meals for Vermonters and through their own donated time and resources, made and distributed free holiday meals this past Christmas.
There have been so many beautiful partnerships that have come out of Vermont Everyone Eats. This week we are highlighting Burlington Children’s Space and their partnership with North End restaurant favorites, Little Morocco and Butch & Babes.
This week we would like to show our appreciation towards Butch + Babe's for being another one of the over 100 restaurants participating in Vermont Everyone Eats. In the last 8 weeks, Butch & Babe’s has provided over 5,000 free meals to those impacted by COVID-19...
Pingala Cafe is one of over 100 Vermont restaurants that have stepped up to support those impacted by COVID-19 through Vermont’s Everyone Eats program, providing upwards of 1,200 meals a week through charitable distribution and the digital voucher program.
To celebrate Thanksgiving, Vermont Everyone Eats hubs around Vermont will distribute 30,000 meals to Vermonters in need.
Through the creation of GrowTeams, we were able to invite Vermonters onto local farms and gardens to learn how to grow food for themselves and communities, and support farms facing labor shortages due to COVID-19.