Dine Away Hunger in DuPage County

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Dine Away Hunger is an initiative from the People’s Resource Center in DuPage County. The PRC aims to respond to ‘basic human needs’, including those of hunger and poverty, and so established the Dine Away Hunger event in order to help the residents of DuPage. Last year, they served almost 32,000 people in the area, and distributed 2.5 million pounds of food to help families in need.

At Bottleneck Management, we believe in giving back in many ways, and our charitable efforts range from investing the time and effort of our valued staff and extended family, to making monetary contributions and helping raise awareness of worthy causes.

This May, we are happy to be involved with the PRC Dine Away Hunger efforts. On Wednesday May 14th, our newest restaurant Old Town Pour House Oak Brook, will be donating 10% of their total food sales to the PRC Food Pantry. ALL of the money raised goes directly to purchase healthy food for their pantry, which in turn offers fresh produce, meats, dairy, canned goods and various staples to help supply 3,000 households each month.

Dine Away Hunger PRC Food Pantry web image

If you would like to help raise money for a good cause while eating your lunch, please consider stopping by on May 14th. No coupons are necessary, just enjoy your meal and know that you’re helping the hungry in DuPage County.

For more information on Dine Away Hunger or the People’s Resource Center, please go to their website.

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