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Through the years, the Mongiello's and their nine companies have amassed 700+ certificates and letters of donation and help. They showcase and share those at their inn to influence others. The reasons for opening and running a business are to change the world and help the human race on earth. Not to get rich. This means marching at rallies for Black Lives Matter, raising $567,000.00 in one night for Cystic Fibrosis at Quail Hollow Country Club, or serving 5,000 people in a stand-down for the needy in Houston, Texas. It also means making rice cakes for the poor in Tokyo, Japan, under bridges, or feeding nomad women in the deserts with children in the UAE.
Because some confuse their particular bible (there are currently 513 different versions printed on earth) or other religious texts with their boasting on earth - with sitting around and doing nothing, and because many enjoy the filth of untold wealth instead of helping others - the Mongiello's are very public about sharing how to help. By direct example, others may see. "When a leader is out front and in the open - plan on being attacked, ridiculed, and smeared - for those who remain secret, silent, and hidden live safe and quiet lives doing nothing for anyone or anybody." In this photo, we are helping ship items to Hurricane Sandy with trucks of bread and water, toiletries, mops, brooms, canned food, clothing, and other items.
A photo of helping to load trucks with fresh bread and supplies for Hurricane Sandy victims.
Chefs Marti and Stormy Mongiello push their daughter Rania at the Easter Seals UCP event. Held in Freedom Park, Charlotte, they helped raise almost $90,000.00 that day.
Over the course of 50 years, we have engaged in good faith and humanity projects to help change the world.
Several dozen of our projects are listed with updates on our main charity function page of the USPSC over the past - almost 50 years.
Shown is the team at Race for the Cure, Little Rock, Arkansas, with Victoria Mora, Joel Harrell, Chef Stormy in a PINK FOR BREAST CANCER bandana, and Chef Marti baking for 60,000 attendees. We have been having a social impact by investing time and money into our community since we opened. Our focus has not been on the papyrus printed amongst the humans called currency, in various colors, nor bags of 30 pieces of silver. We believe that companies should be formed to make money and then help others on Earth. See us at events nationwide (FB links), like:
In 2009, Senator Debbie Clary attended a special dinner hosted by Chefs Marti and Stormy with Kay Carter, Executive Director of Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina. Second Harvest provides food to 650+ non-profit agencies in a 19 county region. Distributions had increased from 7 million pounds annually to 37 million pounds annually. Under this dinner meeting, a massive allotment was made by the state to hunger programs.
Many food banks have been worked with including Aloha Harvest, The Catholic Church Missions in Japan, in Houston, Texas for, over 10,000 hungry on Thanksgiving and help days, cooking in Connecticut for the Holidays at the shelter in Groton, and others.
The plastic ARMY MEN & WOMEN that don't come in the bag as toys for our children to play with has long been written about by Chef Marti. He played with them as a kid but never knew the truth about war not being so glorious and parade-filled. See our success with the LITTLE GREEN PLASTIC ARMY WOMEN project changing PLAY, worldwide.
He is a 30-year disabled, injured, retired veteran. Stormy is a six-year disabled veteran.
Army Major Tammy Duckworth lost both legs when the helicopter she was in was struck by a rocket-propelled grenade during a mission near Baghdad on Nov. 12, 2004.
(AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Michael Chow)
In 2008, having just opened up in the region, the chefs raised money and set the first-ever record at the Neal Center Rockathon by cooking in rocking chairs. In 2010, (pictured with son and chef James Thomas (JT)) they welcome the newest chef, Rania.
Senator Debbie Clary donated 150.00 to the Neal Center on behalf of the Chefs. The Mongiello's are pictured with their son, JT. Later, she helped fund and produce new legislation for NC food banks that resulted in millions of dollars in support and PR.
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