Giving Kitchen is Our New Charity for December & January!
Giving Kitchen has a great mission to help any local restaurant workers—-they are new to Columbus. They started in Atlanta more than 5 years ago. They are trying to get the word out to all the restaurant workers of the area that they exist to help them.
About Giving Kitchen: Giving Kitchen (GK) is a nonprofit organization that provides emergency assistance to food service workers through financial support and a network of community resources in order to create a community where crisis is met with compassion and care. Since its inception, GK has served over 3,500 food service workers in Georgia. GK’s shift starts when theirs can’t. For more about Giving Kitchen, visit givingkitchen.org, follow @givingkitchen and download the GK app (available on iOS and Android).
How to Talk about Giving Kitchen:
- Always use “Giving Kitchen (GK)” before using only “GK” to refer to the organization.
- Use GK as a acronym, not TGK.
- Don’t use “the” in front of Giving Kitchen unless referring to another noun. (i.e. “They walked over to Giving Kitchen to ask for help.” vs. “They walked over to ask the Giving Kitchen team for help.“)
- GK has two programs: Crisis Grants and Stability Network (formerly SafetyNet). The two types of Crisis Grants available are Direct Grants and Matching Grants. Learn more about our programs and how to talk about them here.
- GK serves “food service workers,” which includes restaurant, catering, concessions and food truck workers.
- Staplehouse is GK’s for-profit subsidiary restaurant this is ATLANTA.
- GK’s tagline: “Our shift starts when theirs can’t.”
Courtesy: Giving Kitchen