Little River Inn is so very grateful for the hard work being done by frontline workers in the health care community – the first responders, the EMTs, the nurses, the doctors – to keep us all safe. It is with a feeling of deep gratitude that we’ve watched our friends who work the frontlines receiving their early doses of the vaccine – and this historic inn (owned and operated by 5th generation innkeeper Cally Dym) – wants to show their thanks in a tangible way.
Annual culinary event celebrates 30th anniversary with new format and new ways to engage with top chef and NFL stars
PepsiCo and GENYOUth partner Albertsons Companies will help raise funds to tackle food insecurity and feed our nation’s youth
GENYOUth, a national non-profit organization which creates healthier school communities, kicked off ticket sales today for Taste of the NFL @Home, a purpose-driven Super Bowl culinary experience whose mission to fight childhood hunger is more urgent than ever in 2021. Celebrating its 30th anniversary in the midst of a global pandemic, Taste of the NFL @Home will feature a completely reimagined and interactive format, with the combined star power of celebrity chefs Carla Hall, Andrew Zimmern and Tim Love cooking up delicious recipes – all with the goal of helping to feed our nation’s kids.
When Davonne Reaves and Jessica Myers met as college students in the early 2000s, they never imagined they’d one day become business partners. Owning a hotel? Well, that was not even on the radar for the hospitality and journalism majors, then deeply entrenched into their studies. As two young African American women who’d grown up in working-class families in the South, the mere idea of hotel ownership seemed unfathomable. Some 11 years later, the fellow Georgia State University alum have done just that – and they are believed to have made history in the process.
Through Partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities, KIND Supports Continued Work to Address Racial Inequities
This past year has been marked with pain: a global pandemic, an intense and divisive political climate, and alarming incidences of racial injustices coming to the forefront across the country. And while it’s a new year, our work to achieve true equality – for all – is far from over.
KIND Healthy Snacks (KIND) today announces its continued efforts to help address the inequality and inequity facing Black, Indigenous, People of Color communities across areas of racial justice, education, food & health and representation. In partnership with the National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE), an organization striving for racial justice to create a more equitable society for all Americans, KIND is committed to taking new actions across the following areas:
Kid chef and 12-year old entrepreneur Julian Frederick is teaching other children how to build their culinary skills and empowering them to be leaders in the kitchen and beyond. His company, The Step Stool Chef, which is dedicated to building kids’ confidence and independence through cooking, is partnering with SideChef, the all-in-one home cooking platform, to launch The Step Stool Chef Cooking School For Kids brought to you by SideChef Premium.
“I want to help kids build their cooking skills and confidence while creating great family time memories,” said Step Stool Chef CEO and co-founder Julian Frederick. “The Step Stool Chef teaches kids to be leaders in the kitchen, providing tools and solutions for them to learn to cook in a safe space with little to no help from parents. At the Step Stool Chef, the kids are the chefs, parents are the assistants.”