Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce

11/08/2018 | News release | Distributed by Public on 11/08/2018 17:39

Help Feed the One-in-Five Maine Children who Struggle with Hunger

Posted November 08, 2018

Full Plates Full Potential Introduces Its FEED KIDS Cause Marketing Program to the Midcoast


One in five Maine children struggle with hunger and, in some communities along the midcoast, that statistics are even more dire. Learn how the Maine-based charity Full Plates Full Potential is working to solve child hunger in every Maine city and town.

Camden/Rockland area businesses are invited to the new El Ancla restaurant in Camden from 6 pm to 9 pm on Monday, November 12 for an Industry-Community Night where guests will be introduced to Full Plates' innovative FEED KIDS cause marketing program which invites businesses of all types and sizes to help ensure that no child in Maine grows up hungry.

Enjoy all-you-can-eat tacos from the chefs at El Ancla and from guest chefs Kerry Altiero of Café Miranda, Michael Mastronardi of North Beacon Oyster, and Sara Jenkins of Nina June with drink specials from Patron and Funky Bow Brewery.

More information and tickets are available at fullplates.org/events. Tickets are also available at El Ancla either in advance or at the door on Monday. Individuals who are unable to attend the event but would like to learn more about FEED KIDS, may visit fullplates.org/feedkids. Questions? Email Full Plates Full Potential Events Director Rebecca Dill at [email protected].