HOT SPRINGS – Several Hot Springs area restaurants have again committed to helping the United Way by donating funds based on sales on designated Fridays over the next few weeks.
To help United Way, residents are invited to dine at the following restaurants on the following dates: China Buffet (Oct. 27), The Hot Springs Vault (Nov. 3) Daily Bread (Nov. 10), and Taco Johns (Nov. 17). More restaurants are expected to be added later in November.
United Way of the Black Hills fights for the health, education, and financial stability of everyone in our community. For over 70 years, United Way of the Black Hills has earned a reputation as a leading voice in the non-profit sector, and a catalyst for partnerships between business leaders, schools, health agencies, faith-based groups, government, and other non-profit organizations. United Way of the Black Hills works with 55 non-profit partner agencies in the Black Hills area, and more than 1,000 partners, to address complex challenges in the communities. Together, they affect change on a larger scale than any single organization can accomplish alone. Each year United Way invests more than $2 million in the Black Hills Area, impacting thousands of residents.
In the Southern Hills, United Way funding supports 24 nonprofit organizations serving our residents and the Imagination Library program. To learn more about all that United Way does for your community and to see a complete list of the nonprofit agencies their funding supports please visit www.unitedwayblackhills.org.