In years past, we’ve written about the annual
Dining Out For Life charity event, during which restaurants help raise money for AIDS service organizations.
Thus far, however, the focus has been on Palm Springs-area restaurants raising money for
Desert AIDS Project, which is great, but what about the rest of the Inland Empire?
Well…we’ve got good news: For the first time,
Foothill AIDS Project is going to be a beneficiary.
The San Bernardino
El Torito is hosting a fundraiser for the Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. today (April 1).
The location —
118 E. Hospitality Lane — will donate 20% of your check when you present this flier when you dine.
The Brick Market & Deli in Pomona — no stranger to hosting fundraisers — will have a multi-day fundraiser next week for Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare.
The fundraiser will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday (March 23) through Friday (March 25).
Simply present the flier, which can be found
here, when you order and The Brick will donate 20% of your bill to Casa Colina.
The Brick is at
105 E. Arrow Highway.
The Lutheran Church of Our Savior in San Bernardino is hosting a Mardi Gras-themed dinner tonight (February 6) in support of the United Way’s San Bernardino United Relief Fund.
The full amount of the $25 dinner will go to the fund.
On the menu is gumbo, salad, king cake and drinks.
The dinner will be from 5 to 8 p.m. at the church,
5050 N. Sierra Way.
For updates, visit the
church’s Facebook page.
About 40 Redlands businesses — including eateries and breweries — will be hosting a “Bonded & Strong” fundraiser today (December 19) for victims of the December 2 terror attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino.
Parliament Chocolate and à la minute are leading the charge (along with International Day Spa) by donating 100% of sales — and in the case of à la minute, at its three locations in Redlands, Claremont and Orange — to the cause.
The recently-opened Eastvale Juice It Up! is hosting its grand opening from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday (December 19).
The first 50 customers will receive a free small smoothie. In addition, all drinks will be half-price.
There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Eastvale Chamber of Commerce at 3 p.m.
During the event, there will be giveaways and raffles for gift cards and Juice It Up! merchandise.
Well, that didn’t take long.
MOD Pizza is opening its first Inland Empire pizzeria in the new Mountain Grove shopping center in Redlands, just a few weeks after the center’s first eatery — The Habit Burger Grill — opened.
pizzeria is celebrating its grand opening tomorrow (December 8).
The first 52 customers in line when the restaurant opens at 11 a.m. will receive a
free pizza or salad.
Ubiquitous convenience store 7-Eleven — which celebrates its anniversary on July 11 (aka 7/11) by giving away Slurpees — is taking that concept and flipping it around.
Today (November 7, aka 11/7) is
Name Your Own Price Day at 7-Eleven.
Get any size Slurpee for however much you want to pay: 25¢? $1? $10? $100?
Whatever you pay will be donated to
Feeding America, which has a branch right here in the Inland Empire: Feeding America Riverside | San Bernardino.
So, go ahead. Indulge. Drinking that Slurpee can be your good deed for the day.
For more information, click
here for the Facebook event page.
7-Eleven locations can be found pretty much everywhere in the Inland Empire.
Sunday (October 25) is your chance to get some sweet treats for yourself and help end childhood hunger at the same time. That’s because it’s the return of the Redlands Bake Sale for No Kid Hungry.
This year, there will be a change versus previous outings. Instead of a separate event held in the spring, the organizers have joined with the
Downtown Redlands Art Walk.
The event is set for noon to 6 p.m. at various businesses in the downtown area.
Many people look forward to Halloween every year.
For a lot of people, it’s their favorite holiday.
They like the decorating, the dressing up and all the rest of the spooky fun.
We look forward to Halloween because it means the return of one of our favorite fundraisers:
Baker’s Drive-Thru Safe Halloween coupon books.
Each coupon book only costs a dollar, but contains coupons worth hundreds of dollars.