Citizens Concerned for the Homeless to raise funds for homeless with New Buffalo restaurant

Citizens Concerned for the Homeless

Bentwood Tavern

Bentwood Tavern

Bentwood Tavern

NEW BUFFALO, Mich. - Citizens Concerned for the Homeless (CCH) and Bentwood Tavern announced a "Give Back Dinner" event to raise funds for local families in need, as part of the restaurant's 2024 Give Back Dinner Series.

Organizers say on February 1, 2024, 50% of the food and drink sales that night will be donated to the non-profit, CCH, to supply crucial services and support to people experiencing housing insecurity in the Michigan City area.

The newly renovated New Buffalo restaurant has been holding the Give Back Dinner series for more than a decade, according to organizers.

Organizers state their goal is to bring together neighbors, friends, and guests over food and drink to benefit people and organizations that serve local communities.

CCH says their goal is to, "help families achieve long-term self-sufficiency and to permanently break the cycle of homelessness, so they never again have to turn to shelters for safe housing."

CCH utilizes Sand Castle Shelter for Homeless Families, Grace Learning Center, Keys for Hope Community Resource Center, and the Food Rescue Initiative, to achieve those goals.

Funds raised on February 1st will benefit Sand Castle Shelter according to CCH.

If you'd like to participate, simply dine at Bentwood Tavern between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Eastern Time, on Thursday, February 1. No coupon or voucher is needed.

You can learn more info about CCH here and see how else you can help.

Event Details:

What: Giveback Dinner Series

Where: Bentwood Tavern, 600 W. Water Street, New Buffalo, MI

When: Thursday, February 1, 2024, Dinner 5-9 p.m. ET, Bar open until 10 p.m. ET

Why: To support Citizens Concerned for the Homeless and positively impact the community

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