‘The Treatment’ is our take on a
Turn the menu over to your server and our kitchen. In their hands they will take you on a tour of our offerings both from the menu and off menu. Fun, social, and delicious. The Treatment also raises $5/guest for one of the two charities we are working with at the moment. Our most popular option here at The Social Seafood house. The more people at the table opt in to ‘The Treatment’ the more fun it is!
The Charlotte Angels
The Charlotte Angels mission is to walk alongside children, youth, and families in the foster care community by offering consistent support through intentional giving, relationship building, and mentorship.
Other Charities We’ve Worked With
Dahlia Grove is a nonprofit social enterprise seeking to empower and employ women survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual exploitation. They do this by providing a two year rent free restorative care home providing resources for healing and recovery. Mostly, they provide a community of love and support.
Through their social enterprise, Dahlia Grove provides premium-quality catering services, handmade giftware and event planning to provide job training and employment for survivors. Dahlia Grove is a sister organization to Thistle Farms in Nashville, TN and a part of the National Network of Sister organizations, providing over 500 beds across the nation.
Mental Health America of Central Carolinas
Founded in 1933, Mental Health America (MHA) of Central Carolinas has been the voice of hope for those impacted by mental illness in the greater Charlotte area for more than 85 years.
MHA provides family support services to parents of children with behavioral, emotional or mental health needs; peer support for adults living with chronic mental illnesses; and mental health education and preventative trainings to the broader community. MHA’s programs bring together mental health consumers, parents, advocates and service providers to address systemic issues impacting mental health.
Together, The Treatment raised $12,000 for Mental Health America of the Carolinas!
Throughout a seven-year journey of trying to gain access to quality treatment, they found a gap in the continuum of care in the Charlotte area, which was especially surprising given the size of the city. After Betsy and Bill attended a community meeting about the lack of mental health care, they began brainstorming ways to help.
They visited nationally recognized models of care in other cities, held countless conversations and meetings with area stakeholders before forming the HopeWay Foundation in January 2014 to broaden the scope of mental health care and education for adults in our region.
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Dedicated to curing leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, and other blood cancers, we are now The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), the world’s largest voluntary (nonprofit) health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services.
Since 1949, we’ve invested nearly $1.3 billion in groundbreaking research, pioneering many of today’s most innovative approaches. We work tirelessly to find cures and ensure patients can access the lifesaving treatments they need. When someone experiences the fear and uncertainty of a cancer diagnosis, we provide hope, compassion, education and support. And we are making an impact in the cancer community.
Hospitality House of Charlotte
Just as food can be a comfort to the body, Hospitality House of Charlotte (HHOC) is comfort to the soul. HHOC provides a home away from home for patients and their families in medical crisis. When patients are facing care for medical conditions such as cancer, organ transplant, and trauma, the last thing they and their loved ones should be concerned about is a comfortable place to rest their heads. Whether patients are traveling from across the country, across the world, or just a few hours away to receive care at Charlotte’s cutting edge medical facilities, having affordable, long-term accommodations that keep them and their families close to treatment, is just one burden we can lift from them.
Hospitality House is located in the heart of Charlotte’s medical community at 1400 Scott Avenue, just minutes away from Atrium Health and Novant Health facilities. To learn more, please visit http://hhocharlotte.org
Treatment raised $2380 during “14 Days for 1400 Scott”
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Least of These
LOT Carolinas’ purpose is to identify and service the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of children and their caregivers, with the
primary focus on children in foster/kinship care. Through a community effort of local churches, businesses, and caring citizens; applying the Biblical principle of helping those in need to glorify God.
Treatment raised $880 during “Trick or Treatment” Halloween week
Time Out Youth Center
Time Out Youth Center is a place where you can experience a sense of belonging and community. Whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, a straight ally – or just don’t want to be labeled, you will be welcomed here. Some of our youth are out, some are partially out, and some are not out at all. Time Out Youth Center offers a safe space for all and fully respects the journey of each individual. While at Time Out Youth, you are not expected to be anyone or anything except who you are.
Treatment raised almost $5,300!
Purple Heart Homes
WE PROVIDE HOUSING SOLUTIONS FOR SERVICE CONNECTED DISABLED AND AGING VETERANS
We are Veterans… We are also the sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, spouses, and those who are proud to have a connection to our nation’s military. Join the family, and help us provide much needed assistance to Veterans of all eras.
Purple Heart Homes is a 501(c)3 public charity that was founded in 2008 by John Gallina and Dale Beatty, two combat wounded Veterans. After being injured in Iraq in 2004, they returned to their community and received a warm welcome and grateful appreciation for their service. They began to question why all Veterans didn’t get the same levels of support and assistance from society.
The answer isn’t easy, but Purple Heart Homes fills the gaps in housing through the Veterans’ Aging In Place and Veterans Home Ownership Programs. From building a ramp for a Veteran of World War II, to providing home ownership opportunities to younger Veterans, our programs are designed out of necessity and fit the specific needs of the Veteran population.
Treatment raised almost $4,800!
Oyster farming and the culture that accompanies it is the heartbeat of Oyster South. Our mission is to cultivate a South that encourages and includes successful farms, healthy waters and the birth of new traditions.
Education is the cornerstone of Oyster South’s ability to achieve this mission. We must educate each other, our partners, and the general public on the significance of regional oyster farms. In addition, Oyster South is a celebration of Southern oysters and an opportunity to raise funds so that we can improve access to training and grants.
Treatment raised almost $2,000!
Cookies for Kids Cancer
Cookies for Kids’ Cancer™, a national 501(c)3 non-profit, is committed to raising funds for research to develop new, improved, & less toxic treatments for pediatric cancer, the #1 disease killer of children in the U.S. We provide inspiration and support for individuals, businesses and organizations to raise funds by hosting grassroots bake sales and other fundraising events.
Treatment raised almost $7,000!
Cam Newton Foundation
The Cam Newton Foundation is committed to enhancing the lives of young people by addressing their socioeconomic, educational, physical and emotional needs. The overarching CNF theme is “Every 1 Matters.” Under that mantra, three focus areas exist : Every 1 Learns, Every 1 Plays, Every 1 Gives.
Treatment raised almost $4,000!
Carolina Farm Trust
Sustainable. Local. Authentic. Farming equates to food on our tables. We all need that food to thrive. But farming is hard work, and can be both risky and costly to farmers. We are here to help our farmers overcome their challenges, and bring bountiful, beautiful food to our plates.
The Carolina Farm Trust originated out of an idea to take all the energy and money being poured into food and farming education, awareness, policy, lobbying, and litigation, and make an effort to start funneling these efforts down to small, community farmers in a more direct manner.
Throughout the Carolinas, Carolina Farm Trust offers help to farmers with purchasing equipment, leasing or purchasing land, and in reaching customers through creative marketing campaigns.
Treatment raised almost $6,000!