Michigan restaurant supplier works to raise money for food service workers
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – With little government assistance, the food service in the United States has been decimated by the pandemic. In lieu of government assistance, one Metro Detroit supplier is stepping in to help as much as they can. That’s why they set up the Local Love campaign, an online application for restaurant owners to fill out and also a GoFundMe page to raise money for these restaurants. So anyone that is able to help should help,” Floyd said. According to the National Restaurant Association, 83% of restaurants owners expect sales to decline over winter and 37% believe they’ll be able to remain open in six months without government help.
Fundraiser set up to help metro Detroit’s restaurant industry
Great Lakes Hotel Supply and the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association have set up a fundraiser to help Metro Detroit’s restaurant industry. DETROIT — Great Lakes Hotel Supply and the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association have set up a fundraiser to help Metro Detroit’s restaurant industry. The fundraiser with a goal of $500,000 was launched by Marc Israel, owner of Great Lakes Hotel Supply, in partnership with the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association. “Since the inception of Great Lakes Hotel Supply, it has been our honor to serve the restaurant community by providing top-notch services and equipment,” Israel said. These folks are really in need and it’s vital that we help them.”A two-tier funding plan has been established to help owners and employees.arabamericannews.com