Carrabba’s Italian Grill is teaming up with Lasagna Love this National Lasagna Day to help spread kindness through the power of home cooked lasagna!
Lasagna Love is a global nonprofit and grassroots movement that aims to positively impact communities by connecting neighbors with neighbors through homemade meal delivery. We also seek to eliminate stigmas associated with asking for help when it is needed most. Our mission is simple: feed families, spread kindness, and strengthen communities.
Offering authentic Italian cuisine passed down from our founders’ family recipes, Carrabba’s Italian Grill® invites guests to “Come together at Carrabba’s” with the people who matter most. Carrabba’s is the centerpiece of creating lasting connections through the sharing of food. Carrabba’s will donate 10% of all lasagna sales to Lasagna Love in honor of National Lasagna Day on July 29, 2023 for all who dine in or order online at https://order.carrabbas.com/.
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How do you want to become part of the Lasagna Love family?
Everyone in our community – from our recipients to our donors to our volunteer chefs – are part of Lasagna Love’s mission to spread kindness. Whether you want to make a lasagna, donate $7.29 in honor of National Lasagna Day on 7/29, or even just sign our kindness pledge, there’s so many ways to become a part of the kindness movement.
Keep scrolling to hear stories from our community and decide how you want to participate.
Hear stories of impact from our community
It was October of 2020 and I was sitting at home one morning and I came across a post recruiting chefs for this organization called Lasagna Love. I had never heard of them I didn’t know too much about them but at that point in time I knew that it was something that I needed to be involved with. Shortly after signing up as a chef and delivering meals I knew that this organization was needed. The impact that LL is making within our communities is beyond words. To know that you are able to provide a meal for a family that is struggling – no judgement, no criteria, just raising their hand and saying they need help – means so much.
As a chef, the gratitude that I get from knowing I’m providing a meal is more than I actually need than hearing from the family that I’m a good cook. It means the world, it’s something that I feel so strongly about that my husband and I also donate to the organization to help with anything that might be needed as far as outreach, systems, anything. We just feel so strongly that it’s something that is impactful and necessary.
Ashley M, donor and volunteer
“My family began our Lasagna Love journey in January when my kids, Annabella and Alexander, included “charity work” in their New Year’s resolutions. The pandemic and restrictions on minors working made that hard to achieve. Then I saw Rhiannon on the Today Show promoting Lasagna Love and thought: ‘the kids love to cook and can do it safely at home.’ My beautiful Lasagna Kids have been making lasagnas every week since. It’s wonderful to have a family project to help other families!”
Laney S, volunteer
“It was right around Christmas, I was pretty depressed. Not feeling really good about anything when I had gotten an email or seen something about Lasagna Love and thought I would give it a try.
The holidays made me think of my family that’s not around anymore and how we always had lasagna being Italian. It was a part of every holiday. Anyways, the people who brought it I can’t say enough they seem to enjoy bringing it to me just as much as I enjoyed eating it. They were amazing they even brought a treat for my dog.
It restored me and it gave me faith, hope in people. There is still good in the world and here I am 6 months later. I’m still here. I’m doing everything I can to pass on the love. I’m going to keep trying every day.”
Jim B, recipient