To Go For Good

by | Apr 28, 2020 | News | 0 comments

From Saturday, April 25th – Thursday, April 30th at Midnight, this dining-out program initiative will raise much-needed funds to benefit the San Antonio Food Bank while supporting local restaurants.

TO GO FOR GOOD aims to raise $150,000 for the San Antonio Food Bank, which has been spending roughly $500,000 per day on food for individuals and feeding approximately 120,000 people each week during this current pandemic. It’s projected that the nonprofit will eventually be serving 180,000 or more people a week.

Participating restaurants have created a (3) course TO GO FOR GOOD menu
– $250 for dinner for (2)
– $500 for dinner for (4)

The restaurants keep their menu value ($50 and $100, respectively) and get some extra promotional support during this very difficult time; the balance is tax deductible and goes to support the San Antonio Food Bank.

You can buy TO GO FOR GOOD certificates for the restaurant menu(s)
you choose and the certificates can be redeemed in the coming weeks by simply calling and placing your order.

You can buy certificates for yourself or others! TO GO FOR GOOD dinner packages make great gifts and thank-you’s like: Early Mother’s Day, Teacher Appreciation Week, and Client Thank You’s.

Many thanks to the for our culinary community and how hard they continue to work to serve and support our city. It is our hope that this program will be profitable for them, as well as for our friends at the San Antonio Food Bank.

To buy your TO GO FOR GOOD dinner package click HERE.

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