Vero Beach TooJay’s To Help Feed Florida Food Bank

Toojay's in Vero Beach announces announce its partnership with Feeding Florida.
Toojay's in Vero Beach announces announce its partnership with Feeding Florida. (Photo: TooJay's Peach Tea or Strawberry Lemonade)

VERO BEACH – TooJay’s is known as the restaurant for its generous servings of homemade New York deli favorites in Vero Beach.

And now, TooJay’s in Vero Beach and its other locations is pleased to announce its partnership with Feeding Florida, a statewide network of Feeding America food banks providing a healthy, adequate and consistent food supply to those in need.

From Friday, September 1 through Saturday, September 30, $1 of every Peach Tea or Strawberry Lemonade sold by TooJay’s will be donated to Feeding Florida.

Every $1 donated provides 11 meals through the Feeding Florida network. TooJay’s will donate up to $10,000. Vero Beach Guests can also make donations by rounding up their check throughout the month of September.

“Our partnership with Feeding Florida highlights the need to fight hunger in the communities we serve every day,” said Chris Artinian, President and CEO of TooJay’s. “One of our core values is Pride in our community and this certainly helps fulfill that mission. Together, we will make a positive impact helping to end hunger and food insecurity across the state.”

In addition, Executive Director of Feeding Florida Robin Safley said, “We are excited to partner with TooJay’s to support our fight to end hunger and feed hope through our statewide network of food banks. This initiative will allow us to continue to provide a healthy, adequate and consistent food supply to the 3.3 million Floridians facing hunger each and every day.”

Founded in 1981, the Vero Beach TooJay’s has grown to 27 restaurants throughout Florida and currently serving guests in Palm Beach and Broward counties, the Treasure Coast, the West Coast of Florida, the Orlando area, The Villages, Vero Beach, the Space Coast and Polk County.

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