This Saturday, a chance to Feed the Need: Bring your donations to Kendall’s OM Kitchen

Kendall'sOmKitchen
October 12, 2012
by Kendall Callahan

On Saturday, October 13, during the Fall Festival, Kendall’s OM Kitchen, the new Organic Super Foods Interactive Health Bar located in The Village Yard, will host a Harvest Time food drive/collection/volunteer/donation day—all wrapped in one!

Contributions of time, money, canned goods, home-made dishes and hand-crafted cards of Thanksgiving that will warm the hearts of those who receive them all have a place at our table!  Please come share in a great day at Kendall’s OM Kitchen that offers everyone in our community, small or tall, wealthy or striving, the opportunity to support feeding others in any way they can.

Bring can goods and non-perishable food items to share as well.

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SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO TO REACH OUT

Representatives from Hillside Food Outreach will be here— on the heels of their “Dancing with the Stars” fundraiser last Saturday which raised over $35,000—to let us know how each of us can contribute to feeding families right here in Westchester.

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Westchester Food Bank will show us how our help matters throughout the region.

Stop by and help Feed the Need right here in Westchester.  The Kitchen will donate 21% of memberships purchased all day to the food charity of your choice!

Plus… you can sign-up for Interfaith Thanksgiving

The Chappaqua Interfaith Council will have sign up sheets for people in the community to share their favorite salads, sides or treats at the annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Ceremony which was attended by over 700 of us last year! 

Kendall’s OM Kitchen
The Village Yard
140 King Street
Chappaqua
(914) 238-8800
http://www.kendallsomkitchen.com”> www.kendallsomkitchen.com


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