BOSTON — Bon Me, a food truck and restaurant company, is encouraging customers to “Spread the Love” for Valentine’s Day by holding a food drive at all their locations between February 1 and 13 benefiting Rosie’s Place, the oldest women’s shelter in the country. The food company will be rewarding those who donate with free “Extra Meat” on their entrées.
Bon Me’s mission is to make a positive impact in the communities they call home by providing living wages to their employees and by supporting local organizations.
The company’s commissary is located just blocks away from Rosie’s Place, a women’s shelter located in the South End neighborhood of Boston.
“We feel that as a successful local food company, we should find a way to help feed those less fortunate,” said Owner and Co-Founder Patrick Lynch. “We are very thankful for the ability to give back to Rosie’s Place, a historic shelter in our neighborhood.”
Additionally, Bon Me has a proud history of female empowerment within the company, with over 50% of management and supervisors being female. Rosie’s Place makes a logical recipient for a local food drive.
The list of acceptable donation items are as follows:
Canned fruit (no added sugars), Canned vegetables (low sodium), Canned soups, stews, sauces (low sodium), Canned tuna and chicken in water, Dry beans, Peanut butter, Brown rice, Whole wheat pasta, Oatmeal packets, Cereal (corn flakes, Cheerios, Special K, Raisin Bran), Granola, 100% juice, Shelf-stable milk.
Customers who wish to donate food and receive free “Extra Meat” on their order are able to do so at any Bon Me location, truck or restaurant, between February 1 and 13.
All donations will be delivered to Rosie’s Place in the week following.
About Bon Me Foods
Bon Me is a Bold, Fresh, and Fun Asian cuisine food company, run by Boston-bred duo Patrick Lynch and Ali Fong.
Born 2010 out of a competition with a single truck, Bon Me has expanded to 7 trucks and 5 restaurants across the Greater Boston Area.
Find out more here.
About Rosie’s Place
Rosie’s Place, founded in 1974, is the first women’s shelter in the country, and is dedicated to providing resources and support to over 12,000 women yearly in the Boston area.
Learn more about Rosie’s Place here.