In celebration of and to round out Black History Month, Biscuitville Fresh Southern, in partnership with downtown Greensboro-based Scuppernong Books, donated $5,250 to Mustard Seed Community Health, a non-profit dedicated to providing high quality, holistic, integrated healthcare to in-need individuals and families. 

Throughout Black History Month, Biscuitville restaurants distributed bookmarks highlighting the accomplishments of revered North Carolina trailblazer André Leon Talley (1948 – 2022). As a part of Biscuitville’s partnership with Scuppernong Books, the bookmarks also showcased books by notable Black authors, all available for purchase at Scuppernong’s shop. 

To conclude Black History Month, Biscuitville and Scuppernong Books elected to donate a portion of their revenue to Mustard Seed’s “Together We Grow” program. The six month-long program provides 20 families with health and wellness resouces, including a weekly cooking class that sends families home with a healthy meal, recipe and groceries. 

“Biscuitville is honored to support an organization whose mission is to feed and care for families in our hometown of Greensboro,” said Biscuitville President and CEO Kathie Niven. “We thank Scuppernong Books for being a great community partner and for joining us in giving back to an incredibly deserving non-profit.” 

Biscuitville presented the check to Mustard Seed at its English Street office on April 4 at 1:15 p.m. 

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