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Share photo of your Sunday table, help Restaurant Workers Relief Fund

A local nonprofit is encouraging people to share photos of their Mother's Day meals online.

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The Sunday Supper
Kathy Hanrahan, Out
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RALEIGH, N.C. — A local nonprofit is encouraging people to share photos their Mother's Day meals online.
The Sunday Supper announced Wednesday that it will donate $1 to the North Carolina Restaurant Workers Relief Fund for every image shared via social media using the hashtags #TogetherAtOneTable and #ReclaimSunday, and tagging The Sunday Supper on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. The Sunday Supper previously donated $10,000 to the fund.

The project is a partnership with Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin, who has challenged residents to "Reclaim Sunday" and gather at the super table on Sunday.

“While our city cannot yet come together in a large gathering, we can take a cue from our friends at The Sunday Supper and ‘Reclaim Sunday’ as a day we gather around a supper table, break bread and give thanks,” Baldwin said. “Our hope is that families across our city – while sheltering in place and social distancing – will join us and set 1,000 supper tables this Sunday to show gratitude.”

Baldwin is encouraging people to purchase meals from local restaurants and purveyors or cook themselves.

The Sunday Supper has teamed up with the City of Raleigh in the past by setting a table for 1,000 people on Fayetteville Street in 2016 to help raise money following Hurricane Matthew recovery.


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