EAT•SHOP•GIVE supports CHH and local businesses

EAT•SHOP•GIVE, the annual fall fundraiser for the Center for Healing & Hope offers $20 certificates to 25 local restaurants and businesses.

Half of the sales will go to support medical care and immigrant assistance programs at the Center for Healing & Hope, and half of the sales will support the chosen businesses.

View a video highlighting Eat-Shop-Give businesses.

Certificates to these participating businesses will be available:
Better World Books,
Constant Spring,
D&T Automotive,
Dutch Maid Bakery,
El Duranguenze,
Electric Brew,
Flowers by Phoebe,
Found,
Goshen Farmers Market,
Honey’s Frozen Desserts,
Maple City Market,
Maple Indian Cuisine,
Miso Japan Hibachi and Sushi,
Olympia Candy Kitchen,
Reverie,
San Marcos Mexican Grill,
Soapy Gnome,
South Side Soda Shop,
Ten Thousand Villages,
The Cell Phone Store,
The Nut Shoppe,
Tropicana Ice Cream Shop,
Universal Tamal,
Wasabi Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi,
Woldruff’s Footwear and Apparel.

Follow this link to details about the certificates for each of these businesses.

Certificates may be used any time before December 31, 2018.

In addition, two local businesses are matching gifts given above the cost of certificates. Dutch Maid Bakery will match gifts up to $2,000 and Menno Travel will match gifts up to $1,000.

 

 

 

EAT•SHOP•GIVE certificates will be available for purchase until October 27 or until sold out. Those interested may purchase certificates through the website (CHHclinics.org), by phone (574-534-4744) or at the CHH offices, (902 S. Main St, Goshen).