5 good reasons to dine out for Restaurants for Change!
Restaurants for Change only comes around once a year, so if you haven’t called up your friends and booked a reservation for October 17, stop what you’re doing and get booking! And check out our top five reasons people are dining out to do good for this year’s Restaurants for Change.
1. To support healthy food programs across Canada
Funds raised from Restaurants for Change will support Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC) and its partners to build vibrant, food-focused organizations that increase access to healthy food, build food skills, and provide education and engagement opportunities in low-income communities. Learn more about the impact your meal can have in their 2017 Annual Report.
2. To eat really, really good food
With more than 75 of the best Canadian restaurants participating, you’re guaranteed a delicious meal when you dine out for Restaurants for Change. And who doesn’t love great food? Check out the all-star restaurants participating.
3. To spend quality time with friends and family
Is there a friend or family member you’ve been meaning to reconnect with? Here’s your chance. We all know that sharing food with loved ones is one of the most powerful connectors, bringing people together over a love of good food. So invite your friends and family out on October 17, and get some quality time in!
4. To try that restaurant you’ve been curious about
Wednesdays are never the most exciting of days, are they? Why not spice up your #HumpDay by trying out a new restaurant in your community? You might just discover your new favourite haunt, and you’ll be doing some good while you’re at it.
5. To join a movement of people calling for change
Community Food Centres Canada believes access to healthy food is a basic human right, and that good food is a powerful tool to build health, belonging, and social justice. Join us, 75+ restaurants and chefs, and thousands of diners across the country calling for a healthier and fairer food system on October 17. Make your reservation today and sign up for The Feed to keep informed about CFCC’s national work building a good food movement.