The 11th Annual *Hope on Goat* will benefit Catch Up on Lunch, an effort to repay kids’ past due lunch debts in tri-county public schools. This event is in partnership with the Lowcountry Blessing Box Project, I Heart Hungry Kids, the Queen Street Hospitality Group and Goat Island Gatherings. Join us!
How the nonprofit started by three young brothers addresses childhood hunger through hands-on service, community engagement, and food advocacy. Featured in Charleston Magazine.
For our October 2019 Halloween Themed Packing Party, I Heart Hungry Kids brought together over 130 trained youth volunteers aged 5-18 (and a few awesome adults) to pack 9,600 pounds of food for Lowcountry kids in need.
In September 2019, I Heart Hungry Kids brought together over 125 trained youth volunteers aged 5-18 (and a few awesome adults) to pack 8,000 meals for Lowcountry kids in need. And we got it all done in about 30 minutes!
Held at The Vendue in April, 2019, thirty artists chosen by the Robert Lange Studios created thirty works of art, each accompanied by the fortunes used to inspire them. Through the sale of two prints by Robert Lange and Nathan Durfee, the exhibition raised over...
Recently, Post and Courier writer Maura Hogan published an article discussing the rise of art hotels in Charleston as an alternative venue for exhibitions, and featured Fortunate in their coverage.
Plain popcorn is a healthy treat, and by home-making your own delicious toppings you can add flavor without all the artificial additives.
Riley Says: Make this heart healthy snack for your sweetheart! Easy for kids to make, and a healthy snack anytime.
Make these protein-packed dips just the way you like them! It’s easy to go gluten-free or dairy-free by adjusting the ingredients, too.
Make your whole house smell like the holidays with these easy-to-make ginger gems. Sweet and spicy, just like Riley!