During this challenging time, we must work together, now more than ever, to ensure we not only weather this pandemic but emerge even stronger. We are proud of all our properties for the creative ways they have come together to care for others.
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The Summit Birmingham
Spearheaded by a group of local influencers, Frontline Heroes was formed to donate over 1,400 meals in 5 days to healthcare workers. The Summit, along with tenants Real & Rosemary, P.F. Chang’s, Seasons 52, Shake Shack and Chuy’s took part and donated nearly 1,000 of the needed meals.
With the help of BHM Cares, Unos Tacos provided over 200 tacos to local medical personnel
The Summit at Fritz Farm
Morton James hosted a food drive to benefit Lexington non-profit Feed Backpacks, which provides meals for school age children. Owner Halie Potter is also donating a portion of proceeds from the sale of any Morton James branded sweatshirts.
The Summit Reno
Tangerine Aveda Salon donated Aveda mini hand creams to the staff at a local Reno hospital
Gigi’s Cupcakes spent their last full operational week baking personal cupcakes, with help from community donations, for local hospitals.
Homage is donating proceeds from the sale of a “Not all heroes wear capes” t-shirt to benefit the Huckleberry House, whose programs assist at-risk youth and help them maintain a safe and healthy environment.
Jon Dressler – the owner and cultural guru behind Dressler’s and all the restaurants under the Rare Roots Hospitality brand, released a heartwarming statement that all the sales from curbside delivery and takeout will go directly to the staff.