The restaurant industry has been deeply affected by the coronavirus outbreak. Small business owners are struggling to figure out how to keep their operations afloat. Although some restaurants are attempting to stay open and provide services, a number of our favorite Dallas staples have been forced to close indefinitely due to COVID-19.
With so much uncertainty and concern surrounding the recent novel coronavirus, it’s easy to feel helpless - but there is something we can all do to help.
By fundraising for Kids Save Dallas Restaurants, we can all do our part and provide much-needed support to our favorite local restaurants and kids of the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center.
Your donation will not only help local Dallas restaurants but will also help provide meals for the kids of the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and also DISD.
With the cancellation of one of their largest fundraisers and growing needs from our kids, they need us now more than ever. To learn more about the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center visit https://dcac.org/
Your donation will go to many local Dallas restaurants including Spring Creek BBQ, Norma’s Cafe, Feed Me Pronto, Terry Blacks Barbecue, Eno's Pizza Tavern, Whisk Crêpes Café, Easy Slider, Original ChopShop, Ferris Wheelers, Stoneleigh P, Campisi's Restaurants , Mia's Tex Mex, Josè, The Charles, Las Palmas, Hugo's Invitados, Museum, Oddfellows and more to come. Once these funds are collected, we will buy gift cards from each of the local Dallas restaurants to distribute to Dallas Children's Advocacy Center and DISD to help purchase and provide meals for their kids.
UPDATED: We've teamed up with our friends at Poo Pourri . 10% of their all new antibacterial Hand-Sanitizer sales will be donated to Kids Save Dallas Restaurants. Shop now.
UPDATE: Mimi's Pizzeria will also be donating 20% of all sales this week to the Kids Save Dallas fundraiser. To order: Mimi's Pizzeria
EXTENDED: Due to the overwhelming support, we've decided to extended the deadline to donate to the end of April.
For more information, or if you are a restaurant in need, please contact Alexis Smith at [email redacted].