Dine Out Against Hunger 2014!

What
Dine Out Against Hunger is a restaurant-based fundraiser to help fight hunger on Staten Island. Over 125 participating Staten Island restaurants pledge to give 20% of their food bill (excluding the bar bill) to Project Hospitality, an interfaith effort sheltering the homeless, feeding the hungry, and caring for people with HIV/AIDS.

When
This one-day event is set for:
Thursday, April 10,2014

Who
People of the community can support this effort simply by going out to eat at a participating restaurant on Thursday, April 10, 2014. Co-workers can dine out at breakfast, lunch and/or dinner together; friends and families can dine out in the evening.

Where
At participating restaurants throughout Staten Island.

Why
Project Hospitality helps the homeless, who struggle daily to find enough to eat, and the working poor, struggling to meet both rent and food costs. Project Hospitality is able to offer food, shelter, and hope during these challenging times with generous contributions from caring individuals, community organizations and businesses.

Sponsors
The co-chairs are Claire Regan, Associate Managing Editor of the Staten Island Advance and Frank Lombardi, Executive Chef of the Hilton Garden Inn. The founding Corporate Sponsor is the Staten Island Advance. The Founding Community Sponsor is the Honorable James Oddo, President of the Borough of Staten Island. The lead sponsor is Catering by Framboise. The Placemat Sponsors are Driscoll Foods, Northfield Bank, Richmond University Medical Center, Shoprite - Mannix Family Supermarkets, Staten Island Hilton Garden Inn and SYSCO Food Services of Metro NY and Gerald Peters Goldmine. A Poster Sponsor is Ashkar Corporation. Bronze sponsors are Victory State Bank, N. Cheng & Co., Empire State Bank and Rogers Surveying. Media sponsors are Mindsaw Web Development and WhereYouEat.com. The printing underwriter is R&L Press.

For more information: If you want to know more about Dine Out Against Hunger 2014, please call Project Hospitality at (718) 448-1544, ext. 163 or use the link to the left.