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Hello! We are siblings, Alec and Dori Eaton and our passion is loving people and building a better community.
We are on a mission to open up a community cafe that will serve healthy meals, in a very unique way. Currently, we are feeding Glynn County citizens in need. It all started with shopping for one special family that reached out. It grew from there and we have delivered 7,500 meals to the community. Many of our neighbors are food insecure and have to make difficult financial decisions each day. Some struggle with finding ways to get their next meal. As of 2019: 14.1% of Glynn County faces food insecurity.
"We LOVE this town, and it is home. Brunswick needs a place that ALL are welcome to dine with dignity."
January 8th, 2018, Eat’N Together started its missions to become a standalone restaurant that would create a welcoming and inviting space that provides an opportunity for all people to come and experience conversation and community while enjoying an excellent, affordable, and healthy meal.
No one should worry about hunger in this day and age. From the newly single moms and dads to the students that are on meal programs, to those that are having a hard time in life and are trying to get back on their feet again.
Some of our inspirations and developments come from other successful restaurants such as, A Place at the Table (https://www.facebook.com/table.raleigh), One Acre Café (https://www.facebook.com/OneAcreCafe), and JBJ Soul Kitchen (https://jbjsoulkitchen.org/)
Through the experience of public safety, one constant common issue that links all of us together is hunger.
Together, we as a community can support each other with a simple meal.
Together we will bring a reliable source to Glynn County that gives us the opportunity to give back.
Together, with your support, we have feed 500 families within Glynn County.
Our next step is to build Eat'N Together as a brick-and-mortar restaurant to feed hundreds of people daily.
Eat’N Together is working to be among more than 70 “pay what you can” restaurants in the global One World Everybody Eats (www.oneworldeverybodyeats.org) network.