Dining out helps KIFB

NAWILIWILI — Dining out at participating restaurants on Oct. 18 will benefit the Kauai Independent Food Bank with its mission of educating, providing nutritious food for the hungry, and respond to emergencies.

Terms of this program are simple — simply dine out at any of the participating restaurants and 10 percent of food and beverage purchases will support the KIFB.

Participating restaurants in the Dine Out for Hunger program include the Brennecke’s Beach Broiler, Bubba Burgers in Kapaa, and at the Koloa sites, the Hukilau Lanai, Keoki’s Paradise, MCS Grill in Hanapepe, and the Shrimp Station at both its Waimea and Kapaa locations.

Leona Perez, KIFB programs manager, said other restaurants are welcome. Details on getting involved are available by calling her at 246-3809, extension 2.


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