Charleston nonprofit Amor Healing Kitchen, which provides healthy meals cooked by teen chefs for locals facing serious health challenges, this week announced its Seed to Soul home dining experience. While last year’s inaugural Seed to Soul dinner took place under the stars on Johns Island, this year brings 100% locally-curated, four course meals directly to Charleston homes for Mother’s Day weekend.
Families can purchase this home dining experience online for pick up at the Counter Culture Training Center (85 ½ Spring St.) on Saturday, May 9th (from 12 pm to 3 pm). All proceeds will go towards Amor Healing Kitchen’s mission to provide nutritious meals to those recovering from surgery and other medical treatments.
“Having to adapt fundraising efforts to our current times, we invite Charleston families to enjoy a beautiful, nourishing dinner together for Mother’s Day weekend,” Amor Healing Kitchen founder and executive director Maria Kelly said. “Every Seed to Soul order not only supports our local farmers, but provides healing meals to Charleston residents with severe health issues.”
- Four course meal from Chefs Justin Booher, utilizing 100% local ingredients
- Crudité, Green Herb Hummus & Crostini
- Amor Healing Abundant Salad
- Succotash with Fried Red Pea Patties, Spring Roasted Veggies w. Herb Pesto
- Assorted Sweets and Cakes
- S.C. Flowers from Roadside Blooms
- Handmade Amor Healing Kitchen Candle
- Amor Healing Kitchen video showcasing table setting tips
Tickets can be purchased at www.amorhealingkitchen.org.
Diners are encouraged to take pictures of their Seed to Soul experience and tag @Amor_Healing_Kitchen on Instagram and Facebook.
About Amor Healing Kitchen
Amor Healing Kitchen provides nutritious, healthy food made with love by teen volunteers for people facing health challenges. Amor Healing Kitchen believes: food can be used as medicine to aid in recovery from surgery and medical treatments; educating ourselves and our community uncovers the connection between food and our health; teens can be empowered by teaching them kitchen and leadership skills; supporting our local farmers supports our overall economy; and making connections within our community builds a positive foundation for the future.