Zadooland Joins Soup Kitchen to feed the hungry in Fort Myers Florida
Zadooland employees and our exceptional boss & team leader Daniel Barres recently offered helping hands at CCMI Everyday Cafe Marketplace 3429 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd in Fort Myers. This is for the Soup Kitchen project for our less fortunate folks.
A humbling experience nevertheless an exceptional one as the team and everyone else involve where all smiles and giggles while we cook and serve.
Our way of giving back to Florida. The team workday was converted to this humanitarian effort to promote comradeship and to experience the gift of helping and giving. Zadooland CEO Daniel Barres relates to his staff that being blessed is a privilege that one has to share.
The Everyday Cafe and Marketplace decreases the stigma associated with standing in line for meals and groceries and reduces significant waste in the preselected menu items and grocery bag model.
The Everyday Cafe is a new approach for long-term hunger elimination that changes both the mindset of those who serve and those being served, as well as the physical spaces and delivery model created for the distribution of food. Through the development of neighborhood storefront cafes, CCMI will be able to provide food where hungry people live and work and reach families at points of contact rather than expecting them to come to the traditional soup kitchens and pantries.
At the Everyday Cafe, meals are prepared by chefs and served by volunteers from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Selections include breakfast items and to go sandwiches in the morning, hot selections from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and sandwiches, salads, fruit and afternoon snacks.
As described by Melinda Isley
Taken from this link https://fortmyers.org/ccmi-s-everyday-cafe-opens-to-feed-the-hungry-tuesday-sept-20.html
See our pics and how happy everyone was doing service and giving back to the community.