Charlotte’s newest brunch spot Snooze an A.M. Eater has announced a partnership with nonprofit Feeding Texas to help The Lone Star State recover from recent winter storms that left thousands without food or water.
The Feeding Texas network is the largest hunger-relief organization in Texas. Together with 21 member food banks, the organization reaches over 5 million Texans annually with food and resources.
On March 1st, the Snooze locations at South End and Plaza Midwood, along with 43 others across the country will donate 10% of sales to Feeding Texas.
“At Snooze, we believe deeply in supporting our communities, both internally with our Snoozers and externally with our wonderful guests,” the company said in a statement.
“As the great state of Texas continues to be resilient, we are committed to helping how we can. Feeding people is our love language, which is why we are honored to be hosting a 10% of sales day from all 45 Snoozes across the country on March 1st, benefiting Feeding Texas. Our hope is to surpass our committed $15,000 donation goal for Feeding Texas as they continue to keep our communities fed and taken care of.”
Snooze, a Colorado-based restaurant chain, has grown to seven states including the latest locations recently opened in Atlanta. The eatery uses a mix of locally-sourced and organic products to offer “classic breakfast dishes with creative twists” like the Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes, Funky Monkey French Toast, Breakfast Pot Pie, and Spuds Deluxe.
Charlotte Snooze restaurants to host Feeding Texas benefit on March 1 was originally published on wbt.com