Now through Aug. 7, Maggiano’s Little Italy is hosting its 16th annual Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish campaign. Guests are invited to help the restaurant reach its goal of raising $1,000,000 to grant transformative wishes for children battling critical illnesses. Guests can help grant wishes in one (or more) of the following ways:
Enjoy a chef-featured item through August 7: Guests can choose from dishes such as Angel Hair Saffron Langostino Lobster or Amalfi Lemon Chicken in June and Pesto Perlini Mozzarella Pasta or Salmon with Crispy Calabrian Shrimp in July. For every select featured menu item ordered, $1 will be donated to Make-A-Wish. And for every glass of Wish or Summer Lemonade ordered, 50 cents will also be donated.
Savor each bite of fluffy chef-featured pancakes during brunch or order the chef-featured dessert and $1 will be donated to Make-A-Wish year-round. During the campaign, Guests can look forward to enjoying decadent Banana Split or Chocolate Cannoli Pancakes, Banana Split Cheesecake or six layers of Chocolate Cannoli Cake.
Order the Create Your Own Pasta carryout package between June 10-21 or June 27-July 8 and $3 will be donated to Make-A-Wish.
Get social by sharing a photo of their experience at Maggiano’s on Twitter and/or Instagram using #EatADish4MAW.
To-date, Maggiano’s annual Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish campaign has raised over $9 million and granted more than 1,200 life-changing wishes. “Our passion at Maggiano’s is to make people feel special, so we are honored to have the opportunity to raise money, grant wishes and create special memories for the wish kids,” says Kelly C. Baltes, president of Maggiano’s. “We are fully committed to the belief that a wish experience can be a game-changer for a child with a critical illness, which is why we continue to partner with Make-A-Wish for this life-changing campaign. Year after year, I’m amazed by our incredible Guests and Teammates who go above and beyond to support this campaign, and I am excited about the difference our team will make this year.” “Maggiano’s has continued to be one of our greatest supporters, committed to helping children with critical illnesses replace fear with confidence, anxiety with hope and sadness with joy,” says Richard Davis, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish America. “Wishes are only made possible through the generosity of individual and corporate donors, like Maggiano’s, and we look forward to continuing to grant even more life-changing wishes, one dish at a time.” – Source: Sapore Magazine.