CoreLife Eatery pairs team mission with Buffalo City Mission for soft opening

Posted at 5:49 AM, Nov 22, 2017

Since 2015, CoreLife Eatery has opened 23 locations in two and a half years - including their brand new location in Amherst on Niagara Falls Boulevard, set to officially open Saturday, November 25th. 

But before every successful grade opening comes a soft opening, a Preview Day, a day of giving and partnership. 

A couple days in advance, each new location holds a soft opening donation day where they choose a location-specific organization and donate all proceeds for one day only for a limited time.

Wednesday, November 22nd, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. is donation day for the CoreLife Eatery in Amherst. 

During these select hours the community is invited to stop by, check out healthy convenient food, order whatever appeals to them and in return - pay what they choose, with all proceeds going directly to support the efforts of the Buffalo City Mission.

“From Syracuse, to Rochester, now to Buffalo, we’ve always worked with different organizations that help those in need. Giving back is part of our core,  who we are as a team,” Meggan Camp, Director of Community Engagement said.

This past July, the soft opening of their first location in Clarence raised $9,800. 

The success and generosity from the greater community made it possible for CoreLife Eatery Clarence to help the City Mission further their mission in helping those in need - with adding additional resources they may have otherwise been without.

With the holiday season underway, this soft opening is hoping to do much of the same - give in hopes of getting, all for a good cause. 

The eatery offers a variety of options, from grains and greens, to broth and bowls. All products are authentic, with no added preservatives, GMOS, artificial flavoring or coloring.

Come Saturday, whether you choose to dine in or out, the choice is yours. 

For more on CoreLife Eatery’s mission, history, offerings and hours, visit their website