One of the most amazing, glorious, inspiring (you get the idea) things about the Boston restaurant industry is how gracious and supportive it is of its fellow members and their surrounding communities. Take Talulla. The teeny tiny Huron Village restaurant, with the help of Fletcher Maynard Academy, will be donating bagged lunches to kids in Cambridge who rely on school meals but don’t have access to them due to school closures. Just log on to the Talulla website and order a Casseroles for a Cause. One casserole equals ten bagged lunches while an order of soup will allow them to donate five bagged lunches. You can take your pick from among casserole options like baked ziti bolognese or chicken pot pie (for $35) as well as soups like corn chowder and chicken pozole (for $15), all of which are available for pick-up or local delivery. Details abound – and an order form, too – here.