CNC’s ‘Meat The Need – A Charcuterie Event’ set for April 9


From Can’t Never Could, Inc., Press Release

After Can’t Never Could’s successful pickup dinner event last year, “Meat the Need—A Charcuterie Event,” the local nonprofit has announced that it is again hosting a pickup dinner event on April 9, 2022. Meat the Need is designed to raise funds to support individuals and families battling cancer or other adversities.  

The word charcuterie comes from a French term, chair cuite, which literally means “cooked meat.” Photographs of charcuterie have become popular on social media in recent years. The Meat the Need charcuterie boxes are $85 each and will serve two individuals. The boxes will feature an Augusta golf theme, and they will include treats like whoopie pies and pimento cheese as well as the typical charcuterie items. Those who reserve a charcuterie box will also have their choice of a bottle of red or white wine. The charcuterie boxes will come in an insulated cooler bag, a gift from Can’t Never Could, and they will be available for pickup from 4-7 p.m. on April 9 at the First United Methodist Church preschool drive-through in downtown Newnan

Those purchasing and those picking up will need to be 21 years of age or older. For a fee, CNC will also deliver within 10 miles of downtown Newnan. 

In conjunction with this fundraiser, Can’t Never Could will have raffle items available as well. Tickets will be sold online, and raffle items will be distributed at the pickup.

Sponsorships and tickets for this event as well as the Founder’s Dinner in August are available at, and CNC is hoping many supporters will choose to purchase sponsorships and tickets for both events.

“We are very excited about continuing this event and think that it will be a huge success,” said CNC Co-Founder Christi Estes Kemp. “I’m hoping that all of our supporters will share it with their friends so that we can raise the much-needed funds.”

In 2021, Can’t Never Could awarded $64,000 in grant assistance, including $2,000 that was targeted to those directly affected by the March 26 tornado. Since its inception, CNC has given more than $305,000 in grants to individuals and families, and including the annual CNC scholarships and other grants, the total amount of funds distributed is $445,000.

Can’t Never Could, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation that is dedicated to helping individuals and groups who are facing adversity and personal battles. Through monetary donations, support, and faith in Jesus Christ, CNC aims to instill determination and hope in those who are experiencing these challenges. Can’t Never Could says it makes these contributions “with the desire to glorify Christ, who provides strength in all circumstances.” 

For more information or to purchase tickets for Meat the Need, please visit

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