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Robin Hood Program

In these tough times and even if the restaurants took a hit during the pandemic, it’s still important for us to give back to the vulnerable populations. 


Before the COVID-19 pandemic, there was another epidemic in the United States: In January 2019, an estimated 567,715 people experienced homelessness. Unfortunately, it got worse with the current situation.


That’s where the idea of the Robin Hood Program came from.


For every takeout & delivery which will include food & beer for the clients. We will use $5 or $10 of the food-beer combos to put together a weekly "care bank". Any order from our "all day menu", you have the option to add a donation of $2, $5, $10 or $15 as well. 

Every other Saturday morning, we will host a giveaway event to give out care packages to the homeless community downtown.


We'll make 100 packages that include the following items:


- cards that promote nearby shelters

- socks, beanies & gloves 

- handwritten positive notes

- bathing wipes

- Hidden Craft homemade beef jerky: beef jerky is a great snack, full of protein but most brands in the market add sugar & chemicals. We will make our own.

 

Additionally, we should host a virtual education event with SD rescue mission to educate people about homelessness and give them an opportunity to ask questions. We will also connect with a newly elected official/council member to appear at one of the virtual events and present their plan to fight homelessness.