Monthly Charity Partnership
In celebrating our 20th anniversary, we have teamed up with 10 different local charities – one per month from February through November – to give back to the community and say, “thank you” to everyone who has helped us reach this milestone. We will donate a percentage of each month’s sales to the non-profit organization we’re working with for that time period. Dining with us won’t just be a great experience, it will be a great experience for a cause.
November: Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center
PVHMC is a not-for-profit, regional Medical Center dedicated to providing high quality, cost effective health care services to residents of the greater Pomona Valley. The Medical Center offers a full range of services from local primary acute care to highly specialized regional services. Selection of all services is based on community need, availability of financing and the organization’s technical ability to provide high quality results.
For more information about Pomona Valley Hospital, visit www.pvhmc.org.
October 1-16: Crossroads, Inc.
Crossroads Inc. provides housing, education, support, counseling and employment training in a homelike environment for women who have been incarcerated, helping them move toward economic self-sufficiency.
For more information about Crossroads, visit www.crossroads.mcdonnelltech.com.
October 17-31: City of Hope
City of Hope is a leading research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Designated as a comprehensive cancer center, the highest recognition bestowed by the National Cancer Institute, City of Hope is also a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, with research and treatment protocols that advance care throughout the nation.
At City of Hope, scientists work with doctors to treat both the physical and emotional needs of our patients. By attending to the individual, not just the illness, your life afterwards can be fuller and more rewarding. At City of Hope, we combine science with soul to make miracles every day. For more information about City of Hope, visit www.cityofhope.org.
September: Casa Colina
Casa Colina is a non-profit, freestanding, community-governed organization. With incredible support from our community, we have been privileged to bring the benefits of rehabilitation to tens of thousands of people since our first patient in 1938.
Casa Colina will provide individuals the opportunity to maximize their medical recovery and rehabilitation potential efficiently in an environment that recognizes their uniqueness, dignity and self-esteem. For more information about Casa Colina, visit www.casacolina.org.
August: Inland Valley Humane Society
Established in 1949, the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. is a private, non-profit, full-access animal shelter dedicated to providing a safe refuge for animals in our community (s). In 2015 the Inland Valley Humane Society & S.P.C.A. incorporated a plan to save every adoptable pet in our care – Getting to Zero.
With highly recognized investigative officers, IVHS answers the call of over 100 animals in need every day. With our community outreach programs we educate the public on local wildlife, proper pet care and how to be a responsible pet owner. For more information about Inland Valley Humane Society, visit www.ivhsspca.org.
June: Claremont Community Foundation
The Claremont Community Foundation was established in 1989 to serve as a private nonprofit philanthropic vehicle for donors wishing to support a wide range of community arts, human services, education, and cultural heritage programs.
It is structured and invested as a “family” of component Funds, each with its own purpose, donor(s), and distribution plan. The Foundation has distributed over $750,000 to more than 150 local programs through initiatives, discretionary grants, donor-directed funds and special collaborative projects. For more information about Claremont Community Foundation, visit www.claremontfoundation.org.
May: David & Margaret Youth and Family Services
The David & Margaret Youth and Family Services is a comprehensive social services agency serving more than 1,000 clients annually with the mission to help needy children, youth and families through a broad range of programs and services.
Last year, construction began on the Cedar Springs Village to provide increased housing, more work force training and foster care on the 17.5 acre campus. For more information about David & Margaret Youth and Family Services, visit www.davidandmargaret.org.
April: McKinley Children’s Center
March: Claremont Educational Foundation
The mission of the Claremont Educational Foundation (CEF) is to protect and enrich quality public education in Claremont through community involvement. The partnership between CEF and Tutti Mangia will help CEF reach their goal of raising $30,000 in the Spring of 2016 to help support art, music and technology programs. For more information about the Claremont Educational Foundation, visit supportcef.com