Hospitality Helping Hands is a West Palm Beach, FL, non-profit and was brought to life on the crushing night Rodney Mayo, owner of Subculture Restaurant Group, was forced to lay off 650 employees. This was personal to Rodney and while there was a lot he knew he couldn’t do to help his people, he knew he could do one thing – ensure each of them and their families got at least one good meal every day.
Rodney’s next calls were to his partners at Subculture, all the general managers of his 17 establishments and all the men and women who make the engine run. “What if we were able to put some of our kitchen staff back to work and pumped out thousands of meals a day that would feed the Subculture family and thousands of other restaurant workers who now don’t have a job?” asked Rodney. “What if by helping so many others we could also ensure our dishwashers and line cooks could stay employed?” The answer was “Hell, yeah” and a model for successfully incorporating the private sector, non-profits, community and city government took off. They haven’t had time to look back since.
Rodney Mayo | Founder, Subculture Group
Kimberly Mitchell | Everglades Trust
Robyn Trainor | Subculture Group
Manuel Bornia | ThinkShop
Subculture Restaurant Group
City of West Palm Beach
West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority
Kapow Noodle Bar
Lokanta Mediterranean Kitchen
Food Shack Restaurant
Palm Beach Harvest
(many more coming, we appreciate your patience as we update this list)
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