On Monday, March 9, you can help local families simply by eating out! On that day, participating restaurants will donate a portion of sales to support Aid to Distressed Families of Appalachian Counties (ADFAC).
March’s featured Dine & Donate supporters are five Anderson County Subway restaurants: two locations in Clinton, one in Oak Ridge at 1968 Oak Ridge Turnpike, and one each in Oliver Springs and Rocky Top. Known for sandwiches topped with your choice of fresh ingredients, Subway also offers daily soups, pizza, salads, and fresh-baked cookies, a press release said.
Additional participating Dine & Donate restaurants are Burchfield’s, Hoskins, Mediterranean Delight, Razzleberry’s, and Soup Kitchen. Dine & Donate is also supported by Oak Ridge Today, Leidos, Randy McFarland – State Farm Agent, BBB-TV, and WYSH.
ADFAC is an independent nonprofit agency established in 1987, and it exists to support and serve those in need by helping them become stable and self-sufficient. ADFAC provides needed services through the School Supplies, Household Assistance, and Appalachian Housing Partners programs. ADFAC answers more than 6,000 requests for assistance each year.
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More information will be added as it becomes available.
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