Commitment to Community Through Comfort Food

One chef restoring a sense of community in the Seattle area

Quality Athletics | Seattle, WA
Photo credit: Huxley Wallace Collective

Gravity Merchant, Josh Henderson, is an award winning Executive Chef and founder of the Huxley Wallace Collective who just happens to be restoring a sense of community in the Seattle area.

This coming inauguration day, Chef Henderson is inviting those who are feeling the stresses of the incoming administration to his table.  On January 20th between 3pm and 5pm, Henderson and his staff will be serving free comfort meals to “the low-income, single-parent, and houseless community” at two of his restaurants. Stop by Quality Athletics in Pioneer Square or Cantine in South Union to show support for the Seattle community. Henderson’s gesture of a good wholesome meal during a time when people are feeling a tad more divided than usual in this city is very admirable. So join our friends this inauguration day, share a meal and maybe even a laugh or two.

Let’s help each other through our nations transition. Can’t make it to the event, but want to know how you can help? Donations of blankets, canned food, socks, and money will be accepted and appreciated at both locations.

If you own a business and are interested in partnering with Gravity, please contact us. We would love to alleviate some of the pain points and hidden fees often associated with accepting credit cards.

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