Spoons Fights Hunger and Focuses on Community
Buy a Quart, Give a Bowl
FORT COLLINS (11/1/19): Spoons is ramping up community service, and they’re asking for your help.
November is a time for giving; for bringing people together around a table full of food from a kitchen filled with laughing people. But not everyone gets to experience the joy of holiday dinners and family gatherings. In November, Spoons is observing Community Appreciation Month to bring people together in a simple way that will make a world of difference for many of their neighbors.
For every quart of HOT soup bought in November, Spoons will donate a cup of soup to the Food Bank for Larimer County to help in ongoing hunger-relief efforts.
Since 2003, Spoons has partnered with the Food Bank and many other local non-profits to provide nutritious and wholesome food to many of our friends and neighbors. Now, they invite you to become a part of their history to give back to the community.
Spoons will also be providing a Veteran’s Day complimentary small combo to those with a valid military ID on Monday, November 11th.
Giving back is an easy choice because it’s the right one,” says Tom Stoner, Owner and Chef. “It’s what my grandfather always did, filling up his catering truck every holiday to bring to the local orphanage. I hope to keep his giving spirit alive here in Fort Collins.
Spoons, Soups, Salads & Sandwiches is a Fort Collins fast-casual dining establishment with a focus on fresh, farm-to-bowl ingredients and original recipes.