Walk-On’s restaurant opens Hurricane Zeta relief kitchen in Bay St. Louis

In response to the toll that Hurricane Zeta had on communities along the Coast last week, Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux and the Game On Foundation are opening a relief kitchen in Bay St. Louis on Wednesday.

To help support recovery efforts, the Hurricane Zeta Relief Kitchen will be set up in the parking lot at Bay High School’s Tiger Stadium at 750 Blue Meadow Road on Wednesday, Nov. 4. Anyone in need can safely drive through the relief kitchen between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to receive a free meal. Walk-On’s anticipates it will be able to serve more than 1,000 meals to the community.

“Walk-On’s restaurants and team members have experienced first-hand the devastation hurricanes can bring,” said Walk-On’s Founder, CEO and Co-Owner Brandon Landry. “So we know how important it is for us to act fast and open this relief kitchen for our neighbors that have been affected by Hurricane Zeta. At Walk-On’s, we are deeply committed to the welfare of every community we serve, so we are going to continue to do what we can to lessen the impact that Hurricane Zeta has caused throughout this area.”

Walk-On’s is passionate about community involvement, which is how the Game On Foundation, Walk-On’s 501(C)3 organization, was formed. While the main focus of the foundation has been providing support for youth athletes and facilities, there is currently an opportunity for Walk-On’s to help with a greater need: to provide meals to those who have been affected by Hurricane Zeta. If you would like to donate, please visit walkonsgameon.org.

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