NOODLEPIG Helps West Michigan & Global Children Who Are In Need
Do you love helping a good cause?
What about eating food while helping a good cause?
A restaurant we featured before is finally opening its doors in downtown Grand Rapids next week.
NOODLEPIG is ready to have its grand opening on November 9th at 11:00 AM in the North Monroe District o the main floor of the 601 Bond Apartments.
At NOODLEPIG, you can get their signature ramen with bone broth that is made for 20+ hours.
If you have a boba craving as I do, you can also get refreshing boba at NOODLEPIG too.
The restaurant is also working on getting its liquor license so you can potentially indulge in “Boozy Boba” drinks.
This ramen and bob bar is also trying to help the community in a big way.
With every bowl of ramen that is eaten, NOODLEPIG will help feed 3 children in need.
The help for these children in need will cover one child in Grand Rapids, one nationally, and one in another country.
Founder and executive chef Chris Wessely says:
“So as you slurp away to ramen-bliss, know that you’ve also made a significant impact in three children’s lives today. Together, let’s end child hunger, one bowl at a time.”
Partnering with a West Michigan charity called Hand2Hand, a national charity called No Kid Hungry, and an international charity called Faith in Deeds, NOODLEPIG is doing something incredible.
This partnership with Hand2Hand sounds amazing!
“Hand2Hand delivers nutritious food to students over the weekends and on extended school breaks by mobilizing churches, schools, individuals, and businesses to join together, providing hope and opportunity to thrive.”
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