Smyrna, GA's long-time Country Cooking restaurant- Vittles (aka Charity's Vittles) is not letting COVID-19 stop the great food!
When GA Governor Kemp ordered restaurants to switch to "Take-out and Delivery Only", VIttles- as well as all other restaurants- took a huge financial hit. Sales dropped way down, causing Charity's Staff to go from 12 to only 2 people and herself.
Feeling the need to do something to keep food flowing to her community and her staff working, Charity sold her brand new 2-month old Candy-apple Red Mustang to secure the funds to keep her business open, staff working and her community fed. Here's the link to the news broadcast: Charity Salyers FOX 5 News Story
The reaction to the selfless selling of her dream car to take care of her customers and people inspired millions when reported by FOX 5 News.
Charity is raising funds to continue offering meals to Healthcare Heroes i.e. Cobb Hospital and Kennesaw Hospital. So many times, the elderly come into the restaurant and cannot afford to pay for their meals. Charity never turns them away. She has a heart of compassion and love for those in need in her community of Smyrna, GA.
God has blessed her with this raised awareness from the FOX 5 news report and has made many new friends who have offered help in just the first day after the news piece.
The amount sought in this campaign is $1,500.00/ weekly. She can feed up-to 100 Healthcare Heroes (once/week) and at least 50 elderly and needy folks (once/week) with $1500.000 / week. If you find it in your heart to help Charity, she will be more than grateful and vows to keep Charity's Vittles open to serve Smyrna, GA customers (who are really considered our family). Rest assured she'll put your generosity into action to help so many during this difficult time. Thank you, in advance for your help! - Charity's Vittles