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How Restaurants Are Giving Back This Thanksgiving

Denver restaurants, soup kitchens, and nonprofits offer charitable programs for the holidays

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Restaurants Giving Back News: Away from home this Thanksgiving and looking for a meal with a mission? Acres organic farm and greenhouse is partnering with Work & Class, Rioja, Bar Dough, and more local restaurants to put on a Thanksgiving feed, according to 5280. Volunteers and donations for the meal are accepted. For more information, visit the website. And for more breweries and restaurants giving back this holiday season, check out the story. [5280]

Food Volunteering News: Denver Rescue Mission, SafeHouse Denver, Volunteers of America, and more local charities are organizing meal deliveries, pay-it-forward parties, and gift donations for the holidays. For the SafeHouse, why not put on a holiday potluck or white elephant gift exchange with a donation component? Find this and more options for doing good on 303’s website. [303]

Nonprofit Restaurant News: It’s been 11 years since Denver’s first nonprofit restaurant, Same Café, opened on East Colfax Avenue. Now the cafe offering volunteer-for-food, pay-what-you-can, and pay-it-forward meal options has a new director. But the mission is largely the same — to serve quality and sustainable meals with respect and dignity. Find this Colfax institution over the holidays running business as usual, and check out the website for volunteer and donation opportunities. [Denverite]

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2500 Larimer Street, , CO 80205 (303) 292-0700 Visit Website

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