Chattanooga Community Kitchen Recognizes Craftworks For Volunteer Contributions

Thursday, April 10, 2014
Shown, from left to right, are Jens Christensen - Chattanooga Community Kitchen, David Sharpe - Big River Brewery, Angie Leach - CraftWorks Foundation, Joy Roach - CraftWorks, and Charlie Hughes, Bill Wilkerson, Vanessa Blevins – Chattanooga Community Kitchen
Shown, from left to right, are Jens Christensen - Chattanooga Community Kitchen, David Sharpe - Big River Brewery, Angie Leach - CraftWorks Foundation, Joy Roach - CraftWorks, and Charlie Hughes, Bill Wilkerson, Vanessa Blevins – Chattanooga Community Kitchen

In conjunction with the observance of National Volunteer Week, the Chattanooga Community Kitchen proudly recognizes CraftWorks as 2014 Volunteer Group of the Year. 

Officials said, "Having contributed generously over the past year, particularly through volunteerism on the serving line, restaurant promotions and the donation of healthy, delicious food, the successful restaurant company is a vital partner in the kitchen’s mission of serving the homeless and needy of Chattanooga." 

Most significantly, CraftWorks has provided the Community Kitchen with a complete dining area and kitchen renovation, ensuring uninterrupted essential meal service to thousands of area residents.

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