Wicked Wolf Tavern Raises over $1400 for Dine InDeed To Help Local Children
The generosity of Hoboken residents and businesses continues with this latest fundraising effort…
Raise Your Glass: Wicked Wolf Tavern Raises $1415 for Dine InDeed
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Hudson County and the Jubilee Center, along with the Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT), have joined together to launch Dine InDeed 2012, a community-wide restaurant event committed to helping children and adolescents realize their fullest potential.
The Wicked Wolf Tavern was the very first restaurant to participate this year by donating 10% of customers’ food bills on Tuesday nights throughout the summer. The Wicked Wolf Tavern will present their checks to representatives from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hudson County, the Jubilee Center, and the Association for Science in Autism Treatment on September 25th at 4pm at the restaurant.
The Wicked Wolf Tavern, at 120 Sinatra Drive has a menu full of American favorites and specialties. The Wicked Wolf offers their guests a comfortable and friendly environment, exceptional service, and an incredible view of Manhattan, even a $6 kid’s menu that includes a drink and dessert http://www.wickedwolfhoboken.com/menus.php.
Anthony David’s and two more restaurants are slated to join Dine InDeed later in September and the plan is for Dine InDeed to be an ongoing community-wide restaurant event. Dine InDeed supports the initiatives of three local organizations:
- Current estimates state that 1 in 88 children have autism. Each year, countless Hudson County families spend thousands of dollars on unproven treatments for their child with autism. The Association for Science in Autism Treatment’s mission is to disseminate accurate information about autism treatments so that all families are able to identify and choose effective, scientifically-validated interventions for their child.
- The mission of the Jubilee Center is to serve the academic and social needs of children and families in Hoboken’s public housing community. The Center has provided a safe after school haven for children in grades K-6 for more than a decade and has recently expanded programming to accommodate the needs of the children during the summer.
- The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hudson County helps young people build strong character and realize their full potential as responsible citizens and leaders. They have been serving youth in Jersey City since 1893 and in Hoboken since 1984. They do this by providing a safe haven filled with hope and opportunity, ongoing relationships with caring adults, and life-enhancing programs year round. Donations will be used to fund building renovations at the Hoboken location on Jefferson Street.
Please visit www.facebook.com/DineInDeed to learn more about Dine InDeed (and kindly “like” the page as well). If you are a restaurant owner or manager and would like to learn more about Dine InDeed, please email David Celiberti at DCeliberti@asatonline.org