The Classic Diner is teaming up with local nonprofit organization “The Vine Ministry” to provide fresh meals to the hungry and homeless citizens in our local community. In response to these challenging times, this new enterprise is committed to serving delicious meals to the vulnerable population who desperately need a helping hand at this challenging moment in history. With the catering industry struggling due the pandemic, owner’s Tom Farrell, Krissy Flynn and the team at The Classic Diner pivoted last summer to use their impressive commissary kitchen to serve charitable meals to the public. With an outpouring of support from loyal customers, they were able to keep the business afloat and make a big difference along the way. Starting this past February, these two organizations joined forces to create “The Modern Day Soup Kitchen” concept that has taken off to a robust and exciting start.
The Vine Ministry is a hunger relief organization based in Exton, Pa. The Vine is focused on serving the hungry and homeless populations in Chester County and the surrounding areas. Their vision and mission are the cornerstone that drives all of their operations. Mr. John Grillo started The Vine Ministry in 2019. “Our mission is to provide food and radical hospitality to our vulnerable neighbors in need. We are laser focused to accomplish this purpose in everything we do” The organization is fortunate to have a dedicated core team and a host of volunteers that make its operations come to fruition.
Come along with us as we build a community dedicated to a lifestyle of service to the least of these among us. The intention of our mission is to serve kindness in every meal and make our world a better place!
To volunteer or give back please either visit : www.thevineministry.org : www.theclassicdinerpa.com