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Feed a Neighbor, Fuel a Neighborhood
Feed Culver: Help Us Feed a Neighbor and Fuel a Neighborhood
Giving back to the Culver City community has always been important to us. So, when COVID-19 turned the world upside down in early 2020, The Culver Hotel, along with other local businesses, leapt into action to create a grassroots initiative called Feed Culver.
Working together with the Exchange Club of Culver City, the City of Culver City, the Downtown Business Association, and the Culver City Chamber of Commerce, Feed Culver provides free meals prepared by local restaurants to seniors, families and fellow neighbors who are having a difficult time putting food on their own tables. Through generous donations, the program has not only kept those most vulnerable from going hungry, but it has enabled many restaurant employees to maintain their jobs, adding much-needed fuel to the economy.
With the holiday season upon us, we are inviting each individual and our community to join in the effort to raise additional funds. No amount is too small to make a difference. As our CFO Kathy Johnson explains, “FeedCulver is all about neighbors helping neighbors. When you make a donation to FeedCulver.org, you are supporting a food insecure neighbor by providing a nourishing meal for free and you are also helping a restaurant neighbor who can continue to provide work for their employees. The need is still great within our community and we appreciate all donations, every dollar helps.”
The Culver Hotel has supported this initiative through monetary donations, as well as meals prepared in our own kitchen. In early September, to celebrate the re-opening of our garden restaurant and bar, Le Jardin, we donated 100 nutritious meals prepared by our Executive Chef and his team.
To date, Feed Culver has provided more than 20,000 free meals to Culver City residents.
If you would like to donate, please visit www.feedculver.org.