Campbell’s Place Community Commitment
Erika Stewart, Director of Constituent Service for Councilwoman Kendra Brooks, picking up meals for those in need.
Campbell’s Place is grateful for the continued support of our community during this extremely difficult time. Like you, we are focusing on our loved ones – including our staff and regular customers, who we view as family.
We are also thinking about those in our extended family, our community members who find themselves impacted and in need, as well as those who are responding to this crisis on the front lines.
Campbell’s Place has always played an essential role in the community: as a gathering spot, host to many family, school and charity gatherings and supporter of countless local causes. In this crisis we feel it is our responsibility to keep the commitment to that role while respecting, following and continually educating ourselves to exceed guidelines for health and safety during these times.
Avenues of Commitment
Our Loyal Customers
We are providing no-contact curbside pickup as well as local porch drop-off by our staff. Orders are taken Sunday-Saturday 1:00-8:00pm. Find our Full Menu, Family Meals and Beer, Growler & Wine ToGo offerings here.
Those in Need
Through the support of ongoing generous donations, we are able offer meals each day to those impacted by this crisis. Families or individuals in need can find our complimentary menu here. We are working with ministries and other non-profit, aid-based organizations who need help from our kitchen and our Community. We want to ensure those in our community are not going without food.
Many of you have expressed concern for what this limited operation means for the Campbell’s Place family. By continuing to patronize our restaurant through pickup and porch drop-off and gift card purchases, you are keeping part of our staff actively employed and busy. The donations work two-fold: keeping our staff active and feeding those in need.
Some of our loyal customers, our Campbell’s Family and many of those in our community are healthcare workers and first responders. A meal of comfort from Campbell’s Place and our donors is the least we can do to express our appreciation.
Serving the Public Safely: Our Practices
Our staff has excelled in compliance and has practiced best hygiene: masks, gloves, hand washing and social distancing. In order to dramatically minimize contact between guests and customers we are only accepting credit cards. We will collect payment at the time of order and your receipt will be stapled to your bag. Upon arrival detailed instructions are posted about the pickup process, complimentary gloves and clearly marked waiting areas.
Meals Provided by Campbell’s Place
with the Help of Our Generous Donors
March 18th to Present a total of 530 Meals and counting!
150 In house Complimentary Meals to those In Need
30 Meals for Homeless Youth-The Covenant House
30 Meals for Broad Street Ministry
35 Meals a week to The Bethesda Project
50 Meals for the 14th Philadelphia Police Department
100 Meals for the ER nightshift at Abington Hospital
25 Meals for to Abington Hospital Security
60 Meals for to Chestnut Hill Hospital ICU Nurses
50 Meals for ER nightshift at Einstein Medical
WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER
We are so thankful to be part of such a supportive community. It is ties like these where we all need to come together, do our part to help and just be there for one another. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you; if you are able we encourage you to contribute to our efforts, here is how you can help us deliver meals made with love from start to finish.
Vanessa & Rob Mullen
The Campbell’s Place Family