Perfect for colder weather, here is an inexpensive and comforting dish from our Darden Foundation Community Kitchen. Chicken and Dumplings Ingredients 1 box (20 oz.) of Bisquick 1 can (10.5 oz.) cream of chicken soup 1 can (10.5 oz.) cream of mushroom soup 1 can (10.5 oz.) cream of celery […]

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Imagine walking into a stunning ballroom filled with 400 women who are business leaders, professionals and key influencers in the community all united for one cause: to address hunger in our community. This dream is a reality each April as 400 women come together for an afternoon filled with shopping, wine […]

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This post was submitted by Matthew Tanner, City Impact Manager at The Mission Continues. The original post can be found on The Mission Continues’ blog.   Following the mass destruction in Puerto Rico due to Hurricane Maria, The Mission Continues’ Orlando 1st and 2nd Service Platoons were driven to find […]

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Inspired by the Japanese Izakaya (think Gastropub or Tapas bar), Dragonfly is where locals have been coming for over 10-years to make meaningful connections with friends, family, and co-workers over sushi, robata, saké, shōchū, and spirits. Our Tokyo Soul dinner event is another extension of that concept. Tokyo Soul was […]

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Inspired by the contemporary children’s classic, “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie,” Cheyanna Johnson, Child Hunger Corps Fellow, explores what happens when teenagers have regular access to snacks and meals. If you give a teen a snack, feelings of hanger and stomach pains go away for a little while. […]

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