Local Restaurants Join Giveback Campaign To Support Feeding San Diego

In honor of National Make a Difference in a Child’s Life Month, ten local restaurants across San Diego County are teaming up to make a positive impact by pledging to donate a portion of their sales to Feeding San Diego throughout the month of July.

These philanthropic partners aim to support families, children, seniors, veterans, military families, and anyone else facing food insecurity in the community during these challenging times.

Participating San Diego local restaurants

Alternative Strategies, a local full-service marketing communications firm, has brought together hospitality clients to support this meaningful cause. The following establishments have joined hands with Feeding San Diego in this initiative:

Arely’s French Bakery: Donating 10% of sandwich and panini sales

Barrio Star: Donating 50% of Barrio Pepino sales

barleymash | ginger’s: Donating $1 from every Champ Burger sold

Barleymash Champ Burger

City Tacos: Donating 50% of portobello mushroom taco sales

Cloak & Petal: Donating 100% of Fo Shisho Roll sales (limited time item)

Jose’s Courtroom: Donating $2 from each carne asada burrito sale

Mavericks Beach Club: Donating 100% of Watermelon Margarita Slushies sales

Quiero Restaurants: Donating 50% of avocado taco sales

Sandbar: Donating $1 from every Chicken Tender order

The Smoking Gun | Spill the Beans: Donating $1 from every Fried Pickle order

To further demonstrate their commitment, staff from the participating San Diego local restaurants will volunteer at Feeding San Diego in August.

Show some love!

Between all of the various businesses and their amazing menus, there is something for everyone – so show them some love in July and help support those working to making a difference in the San Diego community!

To learn more about Feeding San Diego’s mission and get involved, visit here. Stay updated with daily news and updates on Facebook, on Twitter, or follow them on Instagram.

See you there, San Diego!

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