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These Delaware Food Businesses are Giving Back to the Community

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Courtesy of Food First Delaware and Home Grown Cafe

Amid a time of limitations for restaurants and food businesses, organizations like Hakuna Hospitality and Home Grown Cafe are giving back to those who need it most.


Hakuna Hospitality’s Food First Feeds Delawareans in Need

Food First Delaware is helping to deliver meals to members of the community who need it most.

This initiative from the Hakuna Hospitality Group, which operates such restaurants as Del Pez Mexican Gastropub and Santa Fe Mexican Grill, assists those affected by COVID-19 while also supporting the local food industry. Visit foodfirstde.com to learn how you can provide meals for individuals, families, health care personnel and first responders with your donation. 


Help Home Grown Cafe Deliver Meals to Health Care Workers

Courtesy of Home Grown Cafe

Newark’s Home Grown Cafe is supporting local health care workers with its Adopt-A-Unit program. Anyone can donate to help feed ChristianaCare staff at the Wilmington, Christiana and Middletown locations. The café prepares and delivers the orders once donations for a single staff unit (about 20 to 70 people) are fulfilled. Give directly at homegrowncafe.com, visit Grubhub, or look for “Adopt-A-Unit” on GoFundMe.


Published in the Philanthropy section of Delaware Today magazine’s June 2020 issue.

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