The Simple Greek Delivers Bowls of Hope this Holiday in Lafayette, CO

The Simple Greek Lafayette 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 Boulder County, it’s projected that over 38,000 people are currently food insecure, 9,000 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 Lafayette 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 Lafayette 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 Boulder 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 – Lafayette 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 Hermitage, PA

The Simple Greek Hermitage 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 Mercer County, it’s projected that over 18,000 people are currently food insecure, 6,000 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 Hermitage 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 Hermitage 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 Mercer 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 – Hermitage 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 Hamilton, NJ

The Simple Greek Hamilton 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 Mercer County, it’s projected that almost 47,000 people are currently food insecure, 14,500 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 Hamilton 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 Hamilton 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 Mercer 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 – Hamilton 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 Fullerton, CA

The Simple Greek Fullerton 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 Orange County, it’s projected that over 407,000 people are currently food insecure, 140,000 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 Fullerton 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 Fullerton 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 Orange 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 – Fullerton 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 East Chase, AL

The Simple Greek Montgomery 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 Montgomery County, it’s projected that over 49,000 people are currently food insecure, 17,000 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 Montgomery 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 Montgomery 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 Montgomery 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 – Montgomery 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 Columbus, GA

The Simple Greek Chesapeake 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 Chesapeake City, it’s projected that over 27,000 people are currently food insecure, 10,000 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 Chesapeake 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 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 Chesapeake City 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 – Chesapeake 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 Chesapeake, VA

The Simple Greek Chesapeake 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 Chesapeake City, it’s projected that over 27,000 people are currently food insecure, 10,000 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 Chesapeake 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 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 Chesapeake City 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 – Chesapeake 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 Boardman, OH

The Simple Greek Boardman 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 Mahoning County, it’s projected that over 46,000 people are currently food insecure, 15,000 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 Boardman 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 Boardman 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 Mahoning 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 – Boardman 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 Arlington, VA

The Simple Greek Arlington 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 Arlington County, it’s projected that over 21,000 people are currently food insecure, 3,400 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 Arlington 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 Arlington 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 Arlington 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 – Arlington 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 Ankeny, IA

The Simple Greek Ankeny 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 Polk County, it’s projected that over 58,000 people are currently food insecure, 23,300 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 Ankeny 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 Ankeny 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 Polk 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 – Ankeny 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.