Restaurants For Rescues (R4R) in Charlotte
Dine out and do good! Save the date and get ready to eat and drink your way through Charlotte on Tuesday, September 15th. Sponsored by the Charlotte Humane Society, the Restaurants For Rescues event is a perfect way to help shelter animals and our local restaurants.
Charlotte’s local bars, restaurants and breweries need our support now more than ever. This is your opportunity to give back to the Humane Society of Charlotte, while also supporting local businesses who have been affected by COVID-19. Every participating restaurant, brewery, bar, eatery will be donating a portion of their proceeds to Charlotte’s Humane Society.
Some of the R4R participants include:
- Fin & Fine
- Moo & Brew
- Nothing But Noodles
- Piedmont Social House
- Roots Cafe
- True Crafted Pizza
- Two Scoop Creamery
- Village Tavern
- Capishe Kitchen
- Sanctuary Bistro
For a complete list of participants in the Restaurants For Rescues event, click here.
And check out the interactive map below to find the location of participants.
Learn more about the Humane Society of Charlotte’s events to help raise money for rescues.
If you’re not able to participate in the Restaurants For Rescues event in Charlotte on September 15th, please consider making a donation to the Humane Society of Charlotte. For example, did you know that $25 buys a one week supply of milk for a little of kittens? Every little bit helps. And if you’re wondering why donations to Charlotte’s Humane Society are so important, here’s an excerpt of what they posted on their Facebook page the other day:
“It has been a busy three weeks for the Humane Society of Charlotte. Our team took in nine Rhodesian Ridgebacks, Weimaraners and Great Danes from a hoarding case in Caldwell County, 12 Hounds from a hoarding case in Pender County, and 20 animals from a hoarding case in Alexander County as well as 17 additional animals from Alexander County to help give them additional shelter space. Lastly, we took in eight dogs who were evacuating their shelter due to Hurricane Laura and Marco.
Our team also participated in a “Shelter Swap Day” in which we took in 75 animals. We also gave out 12 pallets of food and 10 bins of formula along with other shelter supplies to partner shelters in need.
Caring for these animals, especially animals recovering from a hoarding situation, is no easy task. Our team will be treating a wide variety of health issues including heartworm disease, extreme emaciation and demodex mange. Your donation will assist in the care of these animals and so many more like them. Help us continue our life saving and life changing work with a donation today.”
As far as I’m concerned, The Humane Society of Charlotte is doing God’s work and we should all be helping as much as we can. As I’ve already said, every little bit helps.