When you place an order for Brunch at Home from Farmers & Distillers (and any of our restaurants) over the long MLK Weekend – on Saturday, Sunday & Monday – we are giving 10% of the proceeds back to our communities.
For this weekend only, your Brunch at Home for 2 helps us feed a family of 4 in Wards 7&8 through our existing partnerships. You can order online for contact-free curbside pick up all three days (with a 36-hour advance order).
If Farmers & Distillers is not convenient for pick up, all of our restaurants are giving back this weekend to help feed our communities by location/region.
When you order from any of our restaurants in the District (Farmers & Distillers, as well as Farmers Fishers Bakers and Founding Farmers DC), we are working with our partners in Wards 7&8 to bring needed food to area families. Every Brunch for 2 ordered help us feed a family of 4. Over the past year, we have provided over 13,000 meals to our DC neighbors, as well as helping to serve all of our communities.
Montgomery County, MD
When you order from either of our Northern Virginia restaurants (Founding Farmers Reston Station and Founding Farmers Tysons), we are providing fresh fruits and vegetables to Cornerstones Assistance Services and Pantry Program. As the largest food pantry in northwest Fairfax County, Cornerstones is open to the public 37 hours per week and one Saturday morning a month. In 2019, Cornerstones served almost 16,000 individuals, including 2,576 families and 5,373 children experiencing homelessness, poverty, and inequity in Northern Virginia.
King of Prussia
When you order from Founding Farmers King of Prussia, we are donating food to the Upper Merion Area Community Cupboard, who work with more than 110 families with children in district schools who have been identified by Upper Merion Area School District personnel as food insufficient.
We appreciate your support in helping to feed our neighbors and honor Martin Luther King, Jr. and Martin Luther King Day. Every day across our company, we are committed to serving our communities through our existing partnerships and, as we can, with new efforts. We hope you can enjoy our Brunch at Home this long weekend.
If you would prefer to join us in our restaurant, we are also serving our a la carte breakfast/brunch on our winterized patio on Saturday, Sunday & Monday in our heated and ventilated tent. We recommend making a reservation.