Honey’s to help animals with eating and drinking event
April 7, 2014 by Mark
doylestown residents whose passions are animals and food will want to note a certain date later this month in their diaries, as local restaurant Honey’s will host an eight-course shared vegetarian tasting to benefit Animal Lifeline.
Honey’s is an upscale restaurant on Shewell Avenue, while Animal Lifeline, based in Warrington, is a nonprofit that supports numerous efforts to assist animals both locally and nationally. Among the charity’s contributions to our furry friends are animal rescue, transport, shelter, and rehabilitation. It also takes part in helping animals affected by natural disasters, as well as assisting in adoption, food bank programs, and humane education.
The vegetarian tasting will include eight courses and will be priced at $150 per couple. All the money from food sales for that night will be donated to Animal Lifeline. While the dinner is in progress, the diners will be given the opportunity to win a $150 Honey’s Gift Card in a raffle. The charity will also offer kittens for adoption outside the restaurant’s Shewell Avenue location during the event.
Events such as this one provide advertisement opportunities for both the participating business and the charity. The same printing company that provides stationery printing for these establishments can also provide them with flyer and poster printing services to promote the event.
Space is limited for the April 23 event, so it may be worth making a reservation by calling 215-489-4200.