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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.

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