Greenville restaurant donates more than $5k in response to President Trump's campaign stop
A business in Greenville has announced it will donate more than $5,000 to an immigration non-profit in response to President Donald Trump's campaign stop in the east.
Matthew Scully, owner of The Scullery in Uptown Greenville, said that his store would donate 100% of Wednesday's proceeds to the American Immigration Council.
Sunday, the restaurant's Facebook page shared a photo of a check for $5,615.93 and said, "Just mailed in our donation to the American Immigration Council! This is the money we raised last Wednesday in celebration of our communities diversity, and to help end the human suffering at our southern border...Thank you so much for your support! Stay tuned for more ways to help your community. Get out there and share the love!"
Scully said he wanted to do something positive for the community that brings people together instead of tearing them apart.