Seattle Spreading Party

Dreams Shelter helps #SpreadTheLove

Annette Summers is a local hero who runs the Dreams Shelter in Dallas, Texas. She feeds 300 underprivileged children EVERY SINGLE DAY. She prepares the meals in challenging conditions and delivers to 3 apartment housing complexes.

Which Wich Rockwall and Garland were fortunate enough to help in a small way, by donating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches through our Project PB&J. ‪#‎SpreadtheLove‬

Pictured: Milda Arlauskas, Which Wich franchisee, Portia Jeter, Dreams Shelter Inc. (and Annette's daughter), Taylor Gilbert and Sarah Deimling (store managers).

IFEC Spreading Party

IFEC attendees in Dallas joined Which Wich for a Spreading Party, making 1,000 PB&Js in an hour! Sandwiches were donated to the Austin Street Shelter and the Dallas Child Advocacy Center. #spreadthelove

Which Wich Brings Smiles (and Food) to Kids

Which Wich Superior Sandwiches has been donating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to the CLNkids since May in participation with the chain’s national initiative Project PB&J.

CLNkids, short for Cuidando los Niños, is a non-profit organization working to end child homelessness in the Albuquerque area.

“Here in Albuquerque, when we ring up a pb&j it generates one for CLNKids and one for use nationally in large scale relief work,” said Matt Kuchar, owner of the two Which Wich restaurants in Albuquerque. “We have a discretionary fund that we build up to 20,000 to 50,000 sandwiches that we can use to...

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Franchisee Gives Comfort Food to Those In Need

Which Wich franchisee Grant Alexander has found ways to use his businesses to give back.

Alexander owns six Which Wich restaurants in the greater Charlotte area – his most recent location on Rivergate View Drive in Charlotte.

“When I opened (my first) Which Wich in 2010, that is just something I wanted to do from the get-go,” he said. “I wanted to build relationships in the community and be an investor in the community.”

His Which Which restaurants have hosted charity events and community events such as spirit nights for schools and gave special pricing to community groups, but Alexander said they...

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Project PB&J Impacts Youth in Charlotte, NC

We are so happy to have entered an ongoing partnership, with donations made quarterly, to the Alexander Youth Network in Charlotte, NC. This youth treatment and crisis center will be receiving donated PB&Js  as children and their families achieve their potential, and find long-lasting positive ways to connect with their community.