euphoria, a nonprofit food, wine and music festival in Greenville, partnered with Larkin’s, Table 301 and OnTrack Greenville to ensure students in need at Carolina High School & Academy will not go hungry over the Thanksgiving break.
The organizations joined forces to prepare, donate and distribute meals 776 double-portioned take-home meals to students before they left for Thanksgiving Break Nov. 23.
“The 776 meals delivered by euphoria are a great way for Carolina High & Academy students to start their Thanksgiving break,” said United Way of Greenville County OnTrack family support specialist Gina Bridges. “OnTrack Greenville is grateful to euphoria for being a generous partner. Their graciousness has provided bright spots during challenging times, and we are thankful for their strong commitment to giving back to the community.” -Gina Bridges
Each year, euphoria uses its annual grant program to fund projects for local charities that help children, provide education through music or performing arts, and/or work to eliminate hunger.