Pictured from left: Saijal Andreadis, 4EG Senior Marketing Manager; Heidi Becker, Freestore Foodbank Community Partnership Manager - Power Pack; Kurt Reiber, Freestore Foodbank President & CEO; and Maureen Murray, 4EG Marketing Manager - Keystone Division.
Keystone Bar & Grill’s Clifton and Covington locations and Keystone’s Mac Shack recently made a donation of $4,000 to Freestore Foodbank’s Power Pack Program. A portion of each of the restaurants’ mac + cheese sales in December 2021 was dedicated to the annual donation.
Freestore Foodbank's Power Pack program provides meals to food-insecure children in the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area on a weekly basis, ensuring they will have child-friendly, nutritious meals to eat on weekends. Over 5,000 children in more than 108 participating schools receive Power Packs from Freestore Foodbank each week.
This year’s donation will enable Freestore Foodbank to provide weekend power packs to 800 children before the end of the current school year.
Keystone Bar & Grill thanks its loyal customers for contributing to an end to childhood food insecurity in their community and thanks Freestore Foodbank for their hard work and essential programs dedicated to this issue.
To learn more about Freestore Foodbank and the Power Pack program, please visit freestorefoodbank.org/power-pack/. To learn more about Keystone Bar & Grill and Keystone’s Mac Shack, please visit keystonebar.com and eatmacshack.com.