Thank you to everyone that came out in February for the launch of our charitable giving program Loving Spoonful. With your help, we raised $610 for WUTK.
Why Junior Achievement?
“We like the fit between Junior Achievement and Loving Spoonful because of our focus on nonprofits that work with kids,” said Tomato Head co-owner Scott Partin. “Junior Achievement of East Tennessee does an outstanding job helping school children understand the realities of work life through its in-class work and by immersing kids in a day at work using its Biz Town campus.”
“Tomato Head stepping up to host a series of fundraisers for us will help us not only financially but to have the opportunity to get interest from participants to possibly get involved in a volunteer role. Both aspects will allow us to provide quality JA experiences for even more students – and to meet the demand for our programs,”said Callie Archer, VP of Development of Junior Achievement of East Tennessee.
“We appreciate the support and are looking forward to growing the partnership to serve even more young people. It’s a WIN, WIN, WIN situation – customers win because they get to enjoy great food and beverages from Tomato Head, the company wins by being known as one that invests in their community, and most importantly, students win when they get a JA program!”
You’ll have three opportunities to come out and show your support for the kids of Junior Achievement.
Be sure to save these dates!
Tuesday, March 11 (Sandwich Day Fundraiser)
Both Tomato Head locations will offer a special Junior Achievement Banh Mi sandwich with $3 dollars from each sandwich sold going to the nonprofit.
Sriacha Mayo. Bo Ssam Roasted Pork/Asian Glazed Tofu. Pickled Carrots. Daikon Radish Slaw. Braised Napa Cabbage. Fresh Cilantro
Tuesday, March 18 (Pint Night Fundraiser)
Our friends at Highland Brewing Company are sending our Market Square location their Ashevilliner Weiss, a delicious award winning beer in the Berliner Weiss style. You won’t be able to get this anywhere else in Knoxville. The Gallery of Knoxville store will pour Highland’s Little Hump Spring Ale. Junior Achievement receives $1 from each draft sold, whether it’s the Ashevilliner Weiss, Little Hump Spring Ale or any tasty craft beer we offer on draft. Highland has also been kind enough to send pint glasses that will be given away as thank you gifts.
Tuesday, March 25 (Beer Dinner Fundraiser with Highland Brewery)
Rye Toast. Herbed Goat Cheese. Smoked Salmon. Pickled Onion. Gaelic Ale
Scotch Egg (Riverplains Sausage or Savory Fennel Cornbread). Spinach. Maple Mustard Vinaigrette. Black Mocha Stout
Shepard’s Pie or Vegetable Shepard’s Pie. Devil’s Britches IPA
Bourbon Vanilla Custard. Raspberries. Flour Head Bakery Shortbread. Black Mocha Stout Whipped Cream. Ashevilliner Weiss
Tickets are only $45 (including tax and gratuity). Junior Achievement of East Tennessee receives $10 from each ticket sold.
Seating is limited for our Highland Brewing Beer Dinner so call 584-1075 today for reservations.