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Dine and Donate to Trinitas Health Foundation At Area Restaurants

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Trinitas Regional Medical Center Credits: Fran Sullivan
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ELIZABETH, NJ – Diners can now enjoy a great meal and do a good deed at the same time. Trinitas Health Foundation has introduces a new and innovative fundraiser, entitled Dining Destinations Fund Raiser. 

Mention Trinitas in selected area restaurants in Elizabeth and other nearby communities and 10 percent of the proceeds of lunch and dinner tabs (excluding Happy Hour Menus and alcoholic beverages) Monday through Wednesday during July, will be donated to the Foundation. 

Here’s the list of participating restaurants in July: Amuse French Bistro, Elm Street, Westfield; Central Park, North Wood Avenue, Roselle; Dragonfly, Aviation Plaza, Routes 1 & 9, Linden; Il Gabbiano, South Avenue West, Cranford; The Garden, Magie Avenue, Union (Monday only and excludes Sunset Menu served from 3 to 5 p.m.); Linwood Inn and Tap House, South Wood Avenue, Linden; and Olympia Diner, Routes 1 & 9 and Maple Avenue, Elizabeth (breakfast and lunch until 3 p.m. only).

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Enjoy summer dining in July at any one (or all) of these fine area restaurants and remember that part of your check will benefit patients at Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth.  

Area restaurants participating in August will be announced at a later date.

For further information, call the Trinitas Health Foundation at 908- 994- 8249.

 

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