Each September during Hunger Action Month, the Western Massachusetts restaurant industry unites in an extraordinary showing of solidarity called Fork It Over for Food. Since its launch in 2010, the campaign has brought together hundreds of restaurants and consumers to raise funds which have provided meals to our neighbors in need throughout the region.
This year’s Fork It Over for Food campaign is even more exciting than ever. We’ve expanded our “menu” of options for restaurants to participate. Options include collecting donations from customers, hosting a one-time percent of sales night, or creating a signature drink.
This campaign proves you can do more than simply feed people for a day — you can help end local hunger.
Al’s Diner, Chicopee
Alta Restaurant, Lenox
BridgeSide Grille, Sunderland
Burger King (BK# 1420), Springfield
Burger King(BK# 2987), West Springfield
Burger King(BK# 3139), Westfield
Burger King(BK# 3280), Holyoke
Burger King(BK# 4224), Ludlow
Burger King(BK# 5353), North Adams
Burger King(BK# 6275), Greenfield
Center Square Grill, East Longmeadow
Chandler’s, South Deerfield
Church St. Cafe, Lenox
Country Pie Pizza, Ashfield
Cozy Corner Restaurant, Williamstown
Food 101, South Hadley
Hearty Eats, Shelburne Falls
Jerry’s Place, South Deerfield
Local Burger, Northampton
Mama Iguana’s, Northampton
Mi Tierra, Hadley
Northampton Brewery, Northampton
Paul & Elizabeth’s, Northampton
Pizzeria Paradiso, Northampton
The Dam Cafe, Holyoke
The People’s Pint, Greenfield
Union Station, Northampton
West End Pub, Shelburne Falls
Yarde Tavern, South Hadley
For more information about how your restaurant can participate in Fork It Over for Food this September, simply send an email of interest to email@example.com or call The Food Bank at 413-247-9738.