We have seen your suggestions and on Sunday, April 12, we started a "pay it forward" campaign. Patrons can pre-pay a meal for a person in need. For each donation, a sticky nut will be placed on our wall. Those who need to can come take a tag off the wall and use it to pay for their meal. Donations not used by the end of the month will go towards purchasing food for a local homeless shelter.
To #ShareTheNuts, come into our location at 5912 NW 38th, Warr Acres, Oklahoma or #ShareTheNuts from afar by using GoFundMe to make your contribution.
By sharing our nuts, we aim to put the "human" back into "humanity". Thank you again for your support and generosity!
- Ashley Jiron
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Actually, this is his wife Debbie. Just saw u on the Chew. You are beautiful! Your story is so moving. My goal is to somehow serve the needy through my work. I left a longtime career five years ago, went to a small culinary school in the hopes of serving God through others. I am trying to start a private chef business catered to seniors and those on a budget. I will keep you in my heart for inspiration. My prayers are with you for success. I just had to write you. Keep the amazing work going. You will be rewarded. How do you donate? God bless....Debbie....p.s. my husbands favorite lunch is STILL peanutbutter and jelly.....wish you werecloser
Kudos to you, I hope you get more donations than the restaurant that would refuse to donate to the hypothetical gay wedding. Last I saw they have over $800,000 dollars raised. You have a good heart and people should most certainly help you to continue this wonderful idea.
Love this!!! I think it is wonderful to help those that are truly in need of our compassion!
You are doing great work. Keep it up :)
Ashley, well done girl. Look at what you started!
You guys are amazing! I wrote about you in my blog last week - http://notaboutmichael.blogspot.com/2015/04/pbj.html - and intend to write again tomorrow. This is so heartwarming. How wonderful it would be if this could take off in restaurants from coast to coast!
SO very inspirational!