Selbyville, DE/ November 16, 2019 — Brandywine Living at Fenwick Island hosted its fourth annual “Soup for the Soul” fundraiser on Saturday, November 16, 2019. They selected the Worcester County Warriors, an organization dedicated to fighting opiate addiction, to be the recipient of this year’s proceeds.
Popular local restaurants donated signature soups and fresh baked goods that were available for purchase during the fundraiser. Participating local restaurants included Catch 54, Rippons, The Cove, Chef Charles, and Just Hooked. Soup ranged in variety from classic chicken noodle to savory seafood bisque. Brandywine Living chefs also contributed with a hearty sausage minestrone soup.
“I have been attending the Soup for the Soul event for the past three years and this was the most organized, well-run event yet. I enjoyed delicious food, treats, and it was overall just pleasant,” comment Beverly Mattox, Brandywine Living resident.
The event raised $980 for the Worcester County Warriors. The funds will assist in providing resources to local families who have a loved one struggling with opioid addiction.
“We are so grateful for the support from families, residents and the local community that makes this event possible every year. This year we chose the Worcester County Warriors because they are an outstanding organization dedicated to a cause that tragically affects families nationwide,” said Heather Cormack, Escapades Producer of Brandywine Living at Fenwick Island.
About Brandywine Living
Brandywine Living (formerly Brandywine Senior Living) is a market leader in luxury senior living, including assisted living, memory care and independent living. Founded in 1996, and headquartered in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, Brandywine currently operates 29 communities in six states (PA, NJ, NY, VA, CT & DE) with capacity to serve over 3,000 residents.