Several area restaurants are donating a portion of their sales to Aid To Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties, or ADFAC. Participating restaurants are Dean’s, Gallo Loco, Hoskins, Burchfield’s, Mediterranean Delight, Razzleberry’s, The Soup Kitchen, and Subway locations in Clinton, Oak Ridge (1968 Oak Ridge Turnpike), Oliver Springs, and Rocky Top, a press release said.
This month, in addition to enjoying a great meal and helping ADFAC at the same time, there’s an added bonus of a Photo Contest. ADFAC needs fresh, new photos to publicize its monthly Dine & Donate event, the press release said.
“You can help—and maybe even win!” the press release said.
- Take photos of you, your friends, family, and/or coworkers dining at one of the restaurants listed above or highlighting one of the Dine & Donate sponsors: Leidos, Randy McFarland, State Farm Agent, BBB Communications Channel 12, Oak Ridge Today, Oak Ridger, and Courier News.
- Post your photos on the pinned post at the top of ADFAC’s Facebook page with the following hashtags: #DineAndDonate and #ADFAC no later than midnight, August 13.
- The winner will be chosen at random and announced on Facebook Wednesday August 14. The winner will be chosen from all qualified entries and will be given a $25 gift card to the Dine & Donate restaurant of their choice.
- You may enter up to five photos. There are no age or residency restrictions on who can submit photos—all are welcome!
- This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by or associated with Facebook
- By entering this photo, you and any individual in the photo understand and agree that ADFAC, and anyone acting on behalf of ADFAC, shall have the right, where permitted by law, to print, publish, broadcast, distribute, and/or use in any media for publicity, information, advertising, public relations, and promotional purposes without any further compensation, notice, review, or consent.
Aid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties is an independent non-profit agency established in 1987 that exists to serve the basic needs of primarily low-income residents in Anderson and surrounding Appalachian counties. ADFAC’s goal is to help families become stable and self-sufficient through a variety of direct assistance services provided by its School Supplies, Social Services, and Affordable Housing programs. ADFAC answers more than 6,000 requests for assistance each year.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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