Trinity Cafe has been a lifeline for the community in Tampa Bay since 2001, having served more than one million meals. Executive Chef Alfred Astl plans and serves more than 285 meals each day, 365 days a year. Trinity Cafe’s mission is to restore a sense of dignity to those in need of support while serving a nutritious meal.
Tuesday’s visit coincides with Hunger Action Month™, a nationwide campaign created by Feeding Tampa Bay, which takes place each September. Throughout the month, the public is encouraged to take action on the issue of hunger, bringing greater attention to hunger struggles in the U.S. and promoting ways for people to get involved in the movement to fight it.
Throughout the year, the Buccaneers rookies will participate in a variety of outreach activities as members of the Buccaneers Rookie Club, the team’s longstanding effort to engage its youngest players with the local community. In 2015, the group has already gone bowling with Tampa Fire Rescue, taken a trip to James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital to spend time with wounded warriors, and visited MacDill Air Force Base to greet local servicemen and servicewomen stationed in Tampa. For more information on the team’s community initiatives, visit www.buccaneers.com/community.
Buccaneers Rookie Club feeding the underserved community at Trinity Cafe
The Buccaneers Rookie Club, including Jameis Winston, Donovan Smith, Ali Marpet, and Kwon Alexander; more than 300 guests
Tuesday, September 15
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
2801 North Nebraska Ave.
Tampa, FL 33602
Public Relations Manager
Sr. Manager of Community Relations
813.870.2700 ext. 1347
Director of Community Relations
813.870.2700 ext. 3813