As a holiday gift to all, we present 8 Days of Food Trucks to the “food-less” fringe of town! The food trucks featured at 35 Woodfin Street are part of a fundraising effort to support kids in foster care in Buncombe County. There are hundreds of kids in foster care in Buncombe County. With your purchase you are helping to provide needed items for our youth in care. Partnerships like these enable the foundation to provide support to the programs and partnerships that strengthen our community. So grab your friends, coworkers and anyone else who likes to eat and come on over! And please continue to support the local businesses that support our community!
The Buncombe County Service Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Buncombe County Service Foundation’s goal is to support and improve access to wellness, recreation health and community services by building partnerships throughout Buncombe County. Please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-250-6712.
Our Featured Food Trucks for Foster Care are…
- Wednesday, Dec 11: The Low Down – American Comfort
- Thursday, Dec 12: Gypsy Queen Cuisine – Lebanese Street Food
- Friday, Dec 13: Doc Brown’s BBQ – Smoked BBQ
- Monday, Dec 16: Pho Ya Belly – Vietnamese Food
- Tuesday, Dec 17: Farm to Fender – American Fusion Variety
- Wednesday, Dec 18: Bom Bus – Portuguese Cuisine
- Thursday, Dec 19: El Kimchi – Asian Fusion
- Friday, Dec 20: Taste and See – Variety, Taste & See
They will be serving from 11 am until 2 pm at 35 Woodfin Street, Asheville NC 28801. All of the Food Trucks accept cash and credit cards will be serving food- rain or shine.
The Buncombe County Service Foundation’s goal is to support and improve access to wellness, recreation, health and community services by building partnerships throughout Buncombe County. To help achieve its mission, the Foundation Board is made up of a mix of County government representatives and community leaders who understand the needs of the County and are working to guide the organization in seeking funding sources and opportunities to enhance County-provided or supported services.