Gourmet cafe for homeless and hungry in Tampa needs servers with a smile

Gourmet cafe for Tampa's homeless needs servers
Posted at 12:55 AM, Dec 21, 2017

TAMPA, Fla. — Tampa’s Trinity Cafe serves chef-prepared food to the homeless and those people who do not know where their next meal may come from. The cafe needs help right now during the holidays. It doesn't need donations, it needs your all-star server skills!

Volunteer waiters, cooks, hosts and busboys are badly needed to give a top-flight restaurant experience to those who deserve one.

“[To] connect with our guests and look them in the eye and love on them while we serve a three-course meal,” says Trinity Cafe’s Nina Hickey.

The Trinity Cafe has two locations in Tampa. Volunteers who are at least 16 years of age are desperately needed at both places.

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