Dine to Donate's "Culinary Journey" Contest Aims to Alleviate Hunger and Poverty


Dine to Donate

Release Date

Monday, October 22, 2018


Dine to Donate's first fundraising contest brings together some of Toronto's most innovative and socially conscious restaurants to support the city's leading advocates for hunger and poverty reduction, including Second Harvest, the Toronto Vegetarian Food Bank, Nellie's Shelter, Haven Toronto, and Elizabeth Fry Toronto. 

The contest can be entered through the purchase of a $25 entry or submission of a 250-word original essay, with no limit to the number of entries per person.

Participating Restaurants
The Carbon Bar, Miku, Barsa Taberna, Awai, Adega, Eastside Social, Pollyanna, and Cherry St. BBQ headline this innovative fundraising effort.

"These outstanding establishments share something other than great food, service and atmosphere. The management and employees care deeply about the communities they serve," says Ramak Jaberi, Dine to Donate's founder. "Our foundation's aim is to empower restaurateurs and their patrons to make a difference in their communities and celebrate our city's world-class culinary scene through unique and memorable  fundraising initiatives."

While one lucky winner receives the grand prize of eight meals-for-two with an approximate value of $1,500, each $25 entry helps alleviate hunger for many throughout our city.



No purchase necessary. must be aged 18 or older to enter. Open to Ontario residents only. Grand prize equal to eight meals-for-two with an approximate value of $1,500. Deadline to enter: December 18, 2018. Final draw: December 20, 2018. To enter and for full contest rules, visit www.dinetodonate.com/contest

Dine to Donate is a registered, incorporated charitable foundation with a mission to bring Canada's best restaurants and their patrons together in support of hunger and poverty reduction programs in their communities. Founded in Toronto with a national vision, the foundation is dedicated to giving every person in Canada a seat at the table.

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