WCF & Design Cuisine Deliver 500 Meals

January 4, 2021, Williamsburg, Va. – Design Cuisine, a caterer, delivered 500 boxed lunches today to Williamsburg House of Mercy today, thanks to a partnership with Williamsburg Community Foundation. These meals will benefit residents in need who visit House of Mercy for their weekday Community Café and mobile food pantry. Since the Foundation had already paid some catering costs for its 20th Anniversary Gala Celebration that was to be held last October, Design Cuisine agreed to prepare and deliver the boxed meals to Williamsburg. Thanks to Rachel Chadderdon of Design Cuisine, WCF Gala Chair and Board Chair Kendall Kerby, and WCF trustee Alison Lennarz for making this arrangement possible.

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Caption: Williamsburg Community Foundation Board Chair and Gala Committee Chair Kendall Kerby (right), and Gala Committee member Doris Bryant (left) accepted 500 boxed meals from caterer Design Cuisine. The meals will be distributed to those in need by Williamsburg House of Mercy. This is made possible by funds already invested for the Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Gala which was cancelled due to COVID.

Caption: Nancy Sullivan, Williamsburg Community Foundation President & Chief Executive Officer, Doris Bryant, Gala committee member, Brenda Tamborini, Director of Emergency Services for House of Mercy, and WCF Board Chair and Gala Committee Chair Kendall Kerby accepted 500 boxed meals from caterer Design Cuisine, to be distributed to those in need by Williamsburg House of Mercy. This is made possible by funds already invested for the Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Gala which was cancelled due to COVID.