In response to the global COVID-19 crisis, Zunzi’s, a favorite spot for South African-inspired fare, is partnering with America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia for its “Families Feeding Families” initiative, according to a press announcement issued this week.
Starting March 18, Zunzi’s in Savannah will donate one family meal to a family in need for each family meal purchased. Orders may be placed online or in-store for takeout or delivery via Grubhub, UberEats, Postmates and DoorDash.
Family dinner choices include:
• Small Oliver’s Dinner (serving three to five) with one base, one fill and one side plus French bread and a bottle each of Zunzi’s Dressing and Zunzi’s Sauce ($35.99).
• Large Oliver’s Dinner (serving four to six) with one base, two fills and two sides plus French bread and a bottle each of Zunzi’s Dressing and Zunzi’s Sauce ($45.99).
“During this global crisis, the last thing a family needs to worry about is where their next meal is coming from,” said Chris Smith, owner of Zunzi’s. “People and businesses are struggling throughout our community, and we’re motivated to help in any way we can.”
Zunzi’s is located at 108 E. York Street in Savannah.