Local Businesses Build Strong Communities
The Season of Giving are posts that focus on Superior Woodcraft’s recent investments in our communities. Our goal of these posts is to demonstrate how local business have a strong impact on their local communities and to encourage others to become involved in strengthening their own communities; not only during the season of giving, but throughout the year. Doing so is a winning proposition for all. Our first post will focus on The Superior Woodcraft Kitchen Tour.
Superior Woodcraft and Simply Fresh by McCaffrey’s hosted a Kitchen Tour that raised over 1,000 pounds worth of goods for the Bucks County Housing Group’s Food Pantry.
On November 4, 2018 guests came from as far as New York to attend this unique kitchen tour in Doylestown, Pa. The tour focused on raising money for the Bucks County Housing Group’s Food Pantry of Doylestown. The event raised enough money from ticket sales to stock over 1,000 pounds of food for the local food pantries just in time for the holidays.
The Superior Woodcraft Kitchen Tour was held on Sunday, November 4, 2018. Guests had the opportunity to tour six exquisite custom kitchens in Doylestown while enjoying local foods and florals.
The event was a perfect opportunity for community members to help support others in need enjoy the bounty for the holidays. It was a perfect example of how local businesses help support our community in so many ways. “Bucks County Housing Group is proud to partner with Superior Woodcraft and Simply Fresh to help stock the shelves at our Community Food Pantry at Doylestown” said Erik Clare, Executive Director BCHG. “We serve over 150 families a week at the pantry and it is through partnerships like this that BCHG was able to serve 47,689 people last year from all three of our pantries.”
Patrick Kennedy of Superior Woodcraft, “A special thank you is owed to our six Superior Woodcraft clients who generously opened their homes to our guests for the Superior Woodcraft Kitchen Tour. Without their generosity we wouldn’t have been able to host a tour to support our local food bank. We also thank our kitchen tour partner, Simply Fresh by McCaffrey’s and all of our guests. It was great to see that we all came to together to help support the Bucks Housing Group’s Food Pantry. It’s a prime example of how local independent businesses impact our communities.”
Superior Woodcraft was proud to partner with the following businesses who are generously donating their goods to the tour; Pierre’s Chocolates, Market Way Flowers, Offbeat Gourmet, Mom’s Flower Shoppe Jamison, Pink Skirt Desserts and Doylestown Flowers at The Yellow Door, Olive Oil Etc., Alice’s Table Flowers, Sweet Victory Gluten & Dairy Free Treats, Studio Sprig, Nutty Novelties, Branches and Blooms and Senf Studios Photography.
Superior Woodcraft, in Doylestown, PA, designs and handcrafts heirloom-quality cabinetry for the whole home with sustainable methods and materials, providing beauty, utility and peace of mind. Family owned and operated since 1967. www.superiorwoodcraft.com
Exceptional Food + Exceptional People = Exceptional Markets. From Cheese Mongers and Baristas to our office crew and those who run the registers, McCaffrey’s staff is second to none. They have unsurpassed experience in the food industry and genuine interest in al things food related. McCaffrey’s employees go the extra mile for our customers – always enjoying friendly, face-to-face interactions with regulars and new patrons alike.
We hope that you enjoyed learning more about Superior Woodcraft’s Kitchen Tour, the impact of local businesses on our communities. Join us again for the next Season of Giving post.