Comfort food is taking on new meaning at la Madeleine Country French Café. Sales of the brand’s signature Tomato Basil Soupe is bringing hope to suffering children through a partnership with Children’s Hunger Fund.
Now through the end of January, la Madeleine will donate $1 from the sale of every jar of its Tomato Basil Soupe to the organization, which to date has provided food and other aid to more than 20 million children in America and around the world. La Madeleine cafés sell the soupe as a retail item in 15.5 and 31-ounce jars. The philanthropic partnership gives la Madeleine’s loyal guests a chance to bring a favorite menu item home and make a meaningful difference for kids who need it most.
“The sense of family is all around la Madeleine. It can be seen in the caring relationship we have with our guests, how we treat each other as colleagues and the way we care about the world around us,” said John Cahill, chief operating officer for la Madeleine Country French Café, which has several San Antonio locations. “Helping Children’s Hunger Fund financially to support its programs holds a special place in our hearts. Nothing is more precious than happy, healthy children.”
“We are blessed to have the support of la Madeleine,” said Michael Richards, Executive Director of the South for Children’s Hunger Fund. “The spirit of caring is clearly part of the DNA of la Madeleine. Their partnership means we can better meet the needs of less fortunate kids.”