Stage 13 teams up with Warner Bros. employee group to give back to the Asian community

July 6, 2020

On June 24th, Stage 13 partnered with the Warner Bros. employee group NAPA (Network for Asian Pacific Americans) to serve delicious meals from the Asian-owned restaurant Bone Kettle to the Asian Youth Center (AYC) in San Gabriel, CA!

Family Style cast members Gilbert and Stacy helped serve 50 meals to the AYC Wednesday, in Stage 13’s second food donation. Stage 13 is so excited to give back and help others during this time.

Keep an eye out for more foodie recommendations and community support in the Facebook group Family Style Foodie Fans!

[Photo by Kevin C Winter at Getty Entertainment]

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