Neighbors Together Soon Offering Indoor Dining
Two-Year pandemic hiatus coming to an end July 13th.
For two years, Neighbors Together has not been able to serve meals indoors because of the pandemic. All that changes July 13th, when the Dining Hall will reopen for indoor seating.
“This is a big moment for us and we are so happy to welcome our neighbors back indoors,” said Neighbors Together Executive Director Rev. Kara Stewart. “We are so proud of our staff who found innovative ways to continue providing meals to people who are hungry throughout the pandemic.”
HALF-MILLION PANDEMIC MEALS SERVED
Each week, Neighbors Together provides a hot, nutritious lunch to all who come to their campus, located at 2105 Cosgrove Ave., North Charleston, SC 29405. An estimated 510,000 meals were served by Neighbors Together during the pandemic (7.5 million since the organization’s founding in 1983).
During the pandemic, neighbors would go through the dining area and receive meals “to-go,” and early on, there was a drive-through line for services. Starting July 13th, they will be welcomed inside where it is cool and comfortable.
“With the heat of the summer upon us, we felt it was important to give neighbors the opportunity to sit, meet each other again, eat and cool down,” said Neighbors Together Board of Directors President Bob Fetch.
All of this is made possible through our amazing partners and donations.