Hyatt Regency Sarasota members of staff spent the day giving back to the community with All Faiths Food Bank’s Sprout Mobile Farm Market Wednesday, April 23.
A group of staff members joined the nonprofit’s mobile market to teach local children the importance of eating healthy.
The Hyatt has partnered with All Faiths Food Bank for nearly ten years collecting non-perishable food and labels all year long.
Led by Chef Kory Foltz, the Hyatt team visited the Sarasota Hope House and The Courts where they taught families how to make nutritional meals.
“It’s good to support your neighbors and community,” says Foltz. “It’s the right thing to do.”
The excursion is part of All Faith’s “End Summer Hunger Campaign,” which runs until May 10. For more information and to donate to All Faiths Food Bank, go to www.allfaithsfoodbank.org.
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