King’s Kitchen depends on the generous support from our Friends of the King program to meet the challenges of preparing and distributing thousands of meals each year.
The restaurant provides one to two meals a week to those participating in classes as well as feedings at other nonprofit partner organizations throughout the Charlotte.
Our goal is to serve an average of over 3000 free meals a month through our work with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Dream Center. Each year the needs in Charlotte are greater than we expected and the profits from the restaurant alone cannot feed all that come to our doors.
Please consider making an online donation. Whether a one-time gift or monthly pledge – no gift is too small to help us meet our mission. The faithfulness of our monthly supporters set us free to focus on the mission, not on fundraising.
Be a Friend of the King through continued patronage of the King’s Kitchen restaurant and by direct giving to our 501(c)3 organization.
$25 feeds one person for a week;
$125 nourishes someone for a month;
$1,500 sustains a person for a year.
Contact us for more information if you, your business or foundation would like to help us.
Donations may also be mailed to:
The King’s Kitchen
PO BOX 30877
Charlotte, NC 28230-0877
We are grateful to everyone who has supported The King’s Kitchen throughout the years.
The Carolina Panthers
Rooster’s Wood-Fired Kitchen
Lynn and Skipper Beck
S L Bagby
Eric Solomon Selections
Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated
The Dickson Foundation
Forest Hill Church
Freedom House Church
Holly Carter Design
Pam & Joe Tharrington
BE&K Building Group
Nina and McKay Belk
Deborah and Johnny Harris
Dee Dee and Cameron Harris
Edifice Construction – Eric Laster
Grant Thornton – Mike McGuire
Maryann and Merle Smith
Curtin Trucking and Drainage
Michelle and Joe Drury
Hood Hargett – Chuck Hood
Dixon Hughes – Martin Schlaeppi
James, McElroy and Diehl – Bill Diehl, Jr.
Ken Davis Jones
Brad and Lee McCall
Sallie and Brandt McDuffie
Lori and Liam McGee
Marshall Air Systems
Wheeler Communications – Lynn Wheeler
New Birth Church
Don and Beverly Truslow