The Capital Grille in Cherry Hill is Committed to Hunger Relief

The Capital Grille isn’t just serving guests in its Cherry Hill restaurant. It’s also serving our community through a little-known food donation program that’s been in place since the location opened in 2010.

Every day, The Capital Grille harvests surplus food that wasn’t served to guests and donates it to the Cathedral Kitchen. Unused, fresh food Items such as high-quality meats, soups and fresh vegetables are donated in the name of the restaurant’s commitment to hunger relief. Since opening its doors, the Cherry Hill spot has contributed more than 111,000 pounds of food to local nonprofits.

Over the past 14 years, The Capital Grille’s 56 restaurants across the country have donated more than 7.6 million pounds of food through this initiative.

In addition to local efforts, the company’s charitable arm, The Darden Foundation, recently announced a $1.7 million donation to Feeding America® including $56,000 on behalf of the restaurant brand. The funds will directly benefit nearly all of the 200 food banks in the Feeding America nationwide network.

The Capital Grille is located at 2000 Route 38.

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