This July the owners of the Little Grill Collective have turned their gaze from the stove to the outdoors, as they invite the community to grow a greenway with them. Little Grill has offered up $2,500 and challenges its customers to match their pledge to raise a total of $5,000 for the Northend Greenway. Annie Cantrell of the Grill explains why they support this cause:
As of July 18, customers have raised $400. Now’s the time to step up and make sure we don’t lose the Grill’s pledge! Fill out a donation card, add your name to the “Builders Wall” and watch the path grow by giving big or small. Hurry, the Challenge ends July 31!
Want to contribute to the Challenge from the comfort of your home or office? Give online. Be sure to designate your donation for the “Greenway Challenge.”
An initiative of New Community Project, Northend Greenway seeks to build the Friendly City’s premier walking and bicycling pathway connecting neighborhoods, schools and businesses with the downtown district. Using public green space, the 8-10 feet wide, handicap accessible path will fill the combined needs of commuting, recreation and natural curiosity; encouraging safe, sustainable and healthy transportation.
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