10 Oct Susan G. Komen® San Diego’s Dine Out for the Cure Featured in The San Diego Union Tribune
Susan G. Komen San Diego’s Dine Out for the Cure event was featured in The San Diego Union Tribune!
On October 17th, over 70 local restaurants, bakeries and coffeehouses across San Diego County pledge to donate 10-25% of their day’s profits to Susan G. Komen San Diego through Dine Out for the Cure. The money raised stays local and directly helps women and men who are fighting breast cancer in San Diego County.
“A record number of places have joined the 2019 fundraiser, including The Crack Shack in Encinitas, 15 locations of The Broken Yolk, Hob Nob Hill in Bankers Hill, Bistro on Main Street in Vista, and Sahara Taste of the Middle East in Rancho San Diego,” said Michele Parente, reporter, The San Diego Union Tribune.
In the last 6 years, local eateries have raised $120,000 through Dine Out for the Cure, which is equivalent to the cost of 300 ultrasounds, 321 mammograms and 150 breast prostheses for uninsured and underinsured women and men!
For a list of all 75 restaurants participating in Dine Out for the Cure, click here.
Susan G. Komen San Diego is incredibly grateful for all of these spectacular eateries banding together to help fight breast cancer!
To read the full article in The San Diego Union Tribune, click here.