Twisted Kitchen, known for giving guests the freedom to design their dishes and put their own “twist” on what they eat, is working with Camp Kudzu, an independent, non-profit organization serving children and teens with Type 1 diabetes.
The fast-casual restaurant concept kicked off the year by donating a portion of every kid’s meal sold at all locations back to Camp Kudzu.
“It’s important for all families to be able to go about daily life as normal as possible,” said Trent Cawthon, vice president and co-owner of Twisted Kitchen. “We hope that our partnership with Camp Kudzu will enrich many families, help them make connections and have even more meaningful lives.”
In addition to donating to Camp Kudzu, Twisted Kitchen:
- Supported Camp Kudzu’s Evening Under the Stars event and will support events and fundraisers in 2024.
- Provided meals to Camp Kudzu staff for their planning meetings.
- Helped Camp Kudzu acquire an updated refrigeration unit to house insulin.
- Helps supply families with Type 1 diabetes dietary information.
The long-term partnership between the eatery and the non-profit will expand as Twisted Kitchen grows as all locations in Georgia will have Camp Kudzu as their primary partner.