Trusted local news leader for Prescott area communities since 1882
Tue, Oct. 22

Restaurant/bar group donates $7,500 to 2 local charities

Brett Soldwedel/Courtesy photo<br>Prescott Community Cupboard Chairman Al Beeson, Leff-T’s Steakhouse owner Daryl Davis, Coalition for Compassion & Justice (CCJ) Executive Director Gail Kenny and Vanessa Silverstein with CCJ-AmeriCorps VISTA pose at the Prescott Brewing Company Wednesday with checks made out for $3,750 each to the Prescott Community Cupboard Food Bank and CCJ.

Brett Soldwedel/Courtesy photo<br>Prescott Community Cupboard Chairman Al Beeson, Leff-T’s Steakhouse owner Daryl Davis, Coalition for Compassion & Justice (CCJ) Executive Director Gail Kenny and Vanessa Silverstein with CCJ-AmeriCorps VISTA pose at the Prescott Brewing Company Wednesday with checks made out for $3,750 each to the Prescott Community Cupboard Food Bank and CCJ.

The Prescott Area Independents (PAI) restaurant and bar organization recently raised $7,500 for two local nonprofits that provide food and other provisions to those in need. Leff-T's Steakhouse owner Daryl Davis presented checks to the Prescott Community Cupboard and the Coalition for Compassion & Justice Wednesday night during a PAI mixer held at the Prescott Brewing Company.

The Prescott Community Cupboard was founded in 1976 and is a coalition of eight churches that provides food for 500 people a month.

The CCJ Open Door Program serves veterans and the homeless, and guides people to self-sufficiency. The organization serves meals Tuesdays through Fridays, and provides food boxes, prescription medications, laundry vouchers and shelter.

Contact
Event Calendar
Event Calendar link
Submit Event

This Week's Circulars

To view money-saving ads...