The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Pasadena, TX

The Simple Greek Pasadena has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Harris County, it’s projected that over 869,000 people are currently food insecure, 360,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Pasadena plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Pasadena community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Harris County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Pasadena on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Orland Park, IL

The Simple Greek Orland Park has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Cook County, it’s projected that over 798,000 people are currently food insecure, 256,500 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Orland Park plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Orland Park community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Cook County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Orland Park on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Niles, OH

The Simple Greek Niles has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Trumbull County, it’s projected that over 41,000 people are currently food insecure, 14,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Niles plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Niles community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Trumbull County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Niles on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in New Orleans, LA

The Simple Greek New Orleans has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Orleans Parish County, it’s projected that over 92,000 people are currently food insecure, 29,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek New Orleans plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the New Orleans community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Orleans Parish County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – New Orleans on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Munster, IN

The Simple Greek Munster has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Lake County, it’s projected that over 92,000 people are currently food insecure, 34,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Munster plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Munster community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Lake County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Munster on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Mobile, AL

The Simple Greek Mobile has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Mobile County, it’s projected that over 87,000 people are currently food insecure, 31,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Mobile plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Mobile community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Mobile County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Mobile on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Midland, GA

The Simple Greek Midland has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Muscogee County, it’s projected that almost 41,000 people are currently food insecure, 14,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Midland plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Midland community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Muscogee County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Midland on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Louisville, KY

The Simple Greek Louisville has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Jefferson County, it’s projected that over 126,000 people are currently food insecure, 38,500 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Louisville plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Louisville community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Jefferson County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Louisville on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Lombard, IL

The Simple Greek Lombard has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In DuPage County, it’s projected that over 93,000 people are currently food insecure, 31,000 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Lombard plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Lombard community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in DuPage County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Lombard on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.

The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Livingston, NJ

The Simple Greek Livingston has answered the call from Founder Marcus Lemonis, best known for his long running hit show CNBC’s “The Profit”, to battle food insecurity in local communities. As part of the Plating Change program, The Simple Greek franchise system plans to donate at least 20,000 meals to those in need this holiday.

The COVID-19 pandemic has created an unprecedented demand for food assistance and catastrophic impact on small businesses across the US. 

In Essex County, it’s projected that over 143,000 people are currently food insecure, 49,500 are children*.

“There is a passion, amongst all of us, to ensure that small businesses feel supported and that people in need have a meal. We are creating a movement where we’re giving everyone the opportunity to ‘bet on humanity,” said Lemonis.”

The Simple Greek Livingston plans to donate over 850 “Bowls of Hope’ – a nutritious meal and a Simple Greek classic. Customers can join the cause and provide additional meals to people in need by donating $1, $5 or $10 when they order in store or online at www.thesimplegreek.com. 

They are asking the Livingston community to help reach those who will benefit the most by submitting an online form at www.thesimplegreek.com/platingchange to “nominate” a charitable organization in Essex County that can help facilitate the distribution of meals to those in need. With the power of social media, people can get involved and make a difference. Find and follow The Simple Greek – Livingston on Facebook.

The “Plating Change” initiative is designed to drive business to local restaurants and provide meals to our neighbors who need it most. The program is a win-win for the community and that is something we can all feel good about. 

 Source: Gundersen, C., M. Hake, A. Dewey, E. Engelhard (2020). The Impact of the Coronavirus on Food Insecurity in 2020, Update October 2020 [Data file and FAQ]. Available from Feeding America: research@feedingamerica.org.