Dockery's COVID-19 Relief Fund is pleased to announce its first donation in support of East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO). A percentage of Dockery's receipts from May 1st through 12th were donated in support of the organization, and today a check in the amount of $1,271 was given to ECCO to help Charleston area families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
"There have been so many people, particularly in the food and beverage industry, that have been impacted by joblessness as we've had to close or limit business," said Chuck Isenberg, general manager of Dockery's. "We're proud to be able to give a little bit back to the community and to continue to do so over the coming months."
Dockery's has chosen One80 Place as the next recipient of their donations. A percentage of all sales at Dockery's from today through May 31st will go to support their mission of preventing homelessness one person at a time, one family at a time.
"Charleston is such a supportive city. We take care of our own! We need community support now more than ever as we navigate through the COVID-19 crisis," said Katie Smith, Director of Annual Giving at One80 Place. "We will be using the funds to support our community neighbors experiencing homelessness. Money will help feed, shelter, and ultimately house our clients."
Dockery's is now offering takeout and delivery and has limited, socially distanced seating available for lunch and dinner on their large outdoor pavilion seven days a week. To enjoy a locally sourced meal and a house-made beer in support of One80 Place, make your reservations at DockerysDI.com. Reservations are highly recommended at this time due to the limited seating capacity that accompanies safe table spacing.
For more information about One80 Place's Community Kitchen program visit one80place.org. To learn more about how your business can participate in the Dockery's COVID-19 Relief Fund, please email email@example.com.