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Twenty Tables wants to feed the teachers in Anne Arundel County

| December 05, 2020, 10:00 AM

TwentyTables, a socially conscious company that connects consumers and restaurants through a mobile restaurant concierge platform, was announced the winner of The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Best Corporate Steward Award , and was recognized Nationally during the Chamber’s 21st Annual Citizens Awards!

“TwentyTables is making a significant difference in communities when it comes to fighting hunger, combining the power of collaboration and outside-the-box thinking that generates measurable impact,” said Marc DeCourcey, senior vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. “Their innovative approach to providing low-cost meals is helping countless individuals, while also minimizing food waste, and it is an honor to share this company’s story.”

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Over 10 weeks, TwentyTables served 10,000+ donated meals to frontline health care workers at 10 local hospitals. The campaign not only provided resources to health care workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, but also supported local restaurants and small business owners. Following its mission, TwentyTables also donated meals to local food charities for every meal served through the campaign, including to local nonprofits like Capital Area Food Bank, DC Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table.

Catalyzing that recognition to drive further impact, founder Alex Cohen announced the launch of TwentyTables’ Feed the Teachers campaign. The Feed The Teachers campaign will help support the tireless efforts of our nation’s educators who are going above and beyond for their jobs in a pandemic.

To participate, make a donation at . Teachers who enroll will be eligible for credits to participating restuarants and can pay their bill in part or in full. The restaurants are not required to discount their food so this is a win-win to help our teachers and keep our restaurants viable in a difficult time.

For restaurants who are interested in particiating, teachers who are interested in enrolling, or anyone who is interested in donating, please visit to learn more.

Currently, The Annapolis Smokehouse and Tavern, Dark Horse, Metropolitan, Lemongrass and, Lemongrass Too are participating.

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