In the wake of the shooting at Emanuel AME Church Wednesday night that left nine dead, restaurants have gone to social media to pledge proceeds to the Mother Emanuel Fund. Continue to check back here for updates.

Restaurants that would like to be included in this list, please email


Fuel Charleston – Donating 20% of Happy Hour proceeds

HoM – will donate 10 percent of all sales

So Cal Block Party – $1 from each Sam Adams Rebel beer sold throughout the event put on by Boone’s Bar, Kickin’ Chicken, King Street Grille, Mellow Mushroom Charleston, and Upper Deck will benefit the fund. 


Cru – Donating 20 percent of all proceeds from lunch Brewing Co. – A portion of the beer sales will be donated to Mother Emanuel Hope Fund. John Lewis will be donating proceeds from the El Sancho Sandwich at noon.

Lewis Barbecue at Revelry Brewing – Donating proceeds of El Sancho sandwich sales and Revelry beer sales.

The Upper Deck Tavern – will be giving 50 percent of every sale to the fund at happy hour, and will continue to forward any donations people want to drop off.

Charleston Sports Pub – will donate 10 percentof all sales, plus 100 percent of sales from a vollypong tournament which begins at 1 p.m. 

Yo Bo Cantina Fresca –  all of the net proceeds from XX Equis sales will go to the fund. 

Indigo Road restaurants (O-Ku, Oak Steakhouse, Macintosh, Indaco) – will donate 10 percent of total sales.

Benny Palmetto’s – will donate 10 percent of sales (after 5pm) to the Mother Emanuel Fund.


Lee Lee’s Hot Kitchen – will be donating 10 percent of their total Sunday sales to the Emanuel AME Church.

Bull Street Gourmet & Market – will donate a portion of sales.

All Weekend

Closed for Business – Donating 10 percent of total sales

Monza – Donating 10 percent of total sales

Saint Alban – Donating 10 percent of total sales

Taco Boy Downtown location – Donating 10 percent of total sales

The Sparrow in Park Circle – Donating 50 percent of proceeds

Sweet Lulu’s Bakery on Wheels – will be donating 10 percent of weekend’s sales. You can find the truck on Saturday at the Johns Island Farmers Market Homegrown from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Then at Deluge Charleston from 3 p.m.-7 p.m. On Sunday the truck will be at the Sunday Brunch Farmers Market 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and on Monday at Freshfields Village 4-8 p.m.

Cannon Green – 10 percent of all sales though the including dinner tonight and tomorrow night and Sunday brunch.

Zero Cafe – 10 percent of dinner sales through the weekend will go to the fund.

Roti Rolls – 10 percent of all sales at the truck’s farm stand at the Marion Square farmers market and at the truck, which will be at the Unity Music & Arts Festival on Daniel Island (Family Circle Cup), will be given to the cause. 

Bittermilk Cocktail Mixers – sales through today through Sunday will be donated to the Mother Emanuel.

Finn’s Brick Oven – will be donating a portion of proceeds Saturday and Sunday.

The Junction Kitchen & Provisions – will donate 10 percent of total sales Saturday and Sunday.


Proof – will donate 100 percent of sales and tips.

Coleman Public House – will donate all sales of local beers through Sat., June 27 to the Mother Emanuel Hope Fund.

Cupcake DownSouth – all three Cupcake locations are now selling the “Charleston Love” cupcake ($2.95) and 100 percent of all sales will go to the Mother Emanuel Fund. The cupcakes are available in chocolate or vanilla cake, with vanilla and chocolate icing swirled together in unity and topped with a red heart. The Charleston Love cupcakes will be on sale through July 5. 

Weekend of June 26-June 28

Bessinger’s Barbeque — will donate up to 20 percent of profits from sales at the sandwich shop, the buffet and from all catering sales from Friday morning to Sunday night to the Mother Emanuel Hope Fund.

The Alley
— will donate 100 percent of sales from bowling and arcade games on Saturday and Sunday. They will also sell $10 raffle tickets and donate these proceeds.

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