Giving Back Tuesdays Was Super Successful!

July 28, 2014

Holy fundraising, Batman! Our first ever Giving Back Tuesdays was a HUGE success. Thanks to our awesome customers, we were able to donate $2,900 to Operation Food Search. As you know, Operation Food Search is the area’s largest distributor of free food to those in need. So grateful we could help them out! Our next Giving Back Tuesday will be August 26th, and as before, will be all day and all items, including lunch, dinner, and carry out.

Up next - Friends of Wings! They are a fantastic non-profit that provides clinical, emotional, spiritual, social, and practical support and services to children, newborn through 21 years, who have life-threatening or life-limiting illnesses or conditions, regardless of their ability to pay. For more information, visit www.friendsofwings.org.

Join us on August 26 to help out this deserving organization!





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