SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of the hospitality company SoDel Concepts, presented a check for $10,000 to the Harry K Foundation. Shown are (l-r) Rachel Bain, banquet manager of the Clubhouse at Baywood; Lindsey Barry, president of SoDel Cares; Harry Keswani, founder and president of the Harry K Foundation; and Stephanie Manning-Roash, executive director of the Harry K Foundation. SUBMITTED PHOTO
SoDel Cares, the philanthropic arm of the hospitality group SoDel Concepts, recently donated $10,000 to the Harry K Foundation. The Rehoboth Beach-based nonprofit is dedicated to helping Delaware children who are facing food insecurity, which includes hunger, irregular eating patterns and poor food quality.
Founded by jeweler/entrepreneur Harry Keswani, the foundation donates all the proceeds of fundraising activities toward efforts to stop food insecurity in the community. The H4 Initiative supports the Delaware Food Bank to provide nutritional programming for children in Sussex County. The foundation has helped to open 24 food pantries in schools and locations throughout Sussex County.
“We realize that many children and families in our own backyard suffer from poverty and hunger,” said Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts. “We are proud to support the important work that Harry and the members of his foundation are doing for those in need.”
SoDel Cares was formed to honor SoDel Concepts’ founder, Matt Haley, a local, national and international philanthropist. For more information, go to www.sodelconcepts.com and www.harrykfoundation.org.