Osteria Poggio, a must-visit Center Harbor Italian restaurant, is committed to being a force for good in the local community. They have recently teamed up with Lakes Region Community Services (LRCS) for a new fundraising venture called the Do Good Campaign. Starting July 1st, this new initiative invites patrons of the restaurant to share in their efforts to support the local community by adding a few extra dollars to their check total at the end of their meal.
“We are proud to continue our partnership with LRCS in this new campaign,” said Kaylon Sweet (aka Sweets), Owner of Osteria Poggio. “I firmly believe that when people contribute together, positive change and impact happen. At Osteria Poggio, we are committed to ‘Do Good’ however we can, and we hope that through this initiative, we can make a difference for the local community.”
The money donated to the Do Good Campaign will go directly to LRCS, a family-centered social service agency that provides a broad range of programs and services designed to support and empower individuals and families throughout their life cycle, strengthening their role and capacity to contribute to a healthy and vibrant community and to live a productive, independent, dignified life. LRCS is one of the state’s ten area agencies that provide comprehensive services to people with developmental disabilities and acquired brain disorders, enabling them to be active and fully participating citizens in their communities.
“We are grateful and honored to partner with Osteria Poggio for the Do Good Campaign,” said LRCS VP of development, Jim Hamel. “At LRCS we are dedicated to serving our community by promoting independence, dignity, and opportunity, and community partners like Sweets make this mission possible. We are thrilled to share in this new venture and we hope others will join us in our effort to fulfill our mission.”
For more information about to Do Good Campaign, please contact Jim Hamel at 603-524-8811.