DONATE A MEAL TO OUR COMMUNITY

Regency Centers is committed to supporting our communities during these challenging times. Buckhead Court is proud to partner with Brack’s Kitchen and Covenant House to provide meals to the Atlanta community. Please join us in our efforts to alleviate food insecurity for the area and show your support for this great cause.

HERE IS HOW YOU CAN HELP:

  • Visit the links below to donate a meal or other food items
  • Follow the directions for ordering and use the delivery instructions provided by participating restaurants
  • Spread awareness by sharing this page in the greater Atlanta area

Since March 23rd we have been delivering nutritious fresh juice to front line workers all over Atlanta. We take boxes full of cold-pressed juice to Grady, Northside, Emory and Piedmont Hospitals, fire stations, countless parking lot attendants and grocery store workers.

The more we give, the more we recognize the need. Grady Hospital informed us that they have 1000 people on staff a day on the Covid-19 floors and another 500 at night. That’s 1500 people a day and that is just one hospital. Jenny and I can no longer do this alone, so we want to invite you to participate in the goodwill so we can continue our work and extend our reach to more front-line workers.

Our nutrient-dense juices are made with fresh vegetables and fruit and that is a critical part of a healthy diet to keep an immune system strong. Juice is no doubt a better alternative to coffee from a vending machine.

To date, we have proudly self-funded this effort. This has been our gift to our Atlanta community. As we would like to better serve the growing need, we ask you to please consider joining Dtox Juice in our efforts.

Dtox Juice will match your donation and double the quantity of juice we distribute from your contribution. We will write your name and a kind note on the boxes of juice we deliver on your behalf.

Our mission has always been, and will continue to be, to serve those who are serving our guests, so this has affected us more than we can put into words.

We have set up an Employee Relief Fund with all donations directly benefitting those who have been impacted by these unforeseen circumstances.

If you have ever celebrated a special time with loved ones with us, enjoyed a great meal, hadincredible service and are asking yourself how you can help, now is the time to give back to the people who have made all of these moments possible.

We are making temporary changes to our Prepare and Share a Meal program. Our meal sharing program is still a critical need to Covenant House Georgia. Though we are unable to have volunteers serve food at this time, we are asking supporters to donate a catered meal by scheduling a dropoff with Abbey Mixon at astokes@covenanthouse.org or bymaking a financial contribution to pay for the purchase of food for youth in our care.