Maggiano's Little Italy Invites Guests To Help Make Life-Changing Wishes Come True For Make-A-Wish Kids
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Maggiano's Little Italy Invites Guests To Help Make Life-Changing Wishes Come True For Make-A-Wish Kids

Guests can help raise money during the annual Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish® campaign from now through Aug. 11 to grant life-changing wishes for children battling critical illnesses

DALLAS, July 9, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Today, Maggiano's Little Italy® is proud to announce the return of its annual Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish® campaign. This year, the restaurant invites Guests to help raise $500,000 from now through Aug. 11 to grant life-changing wishes for children battling critical illnesses.

Guests can help grant wishes by ordering one of the following made-from-scratch, Italian American dishes from the select Chef Features menu:

  • Lobster Fondue
  • Florentine Stuffed Chicken Piperade
  • Parmesan-Crusted Scallops
  • Banana Split Cheesecake

Or by enjoying one of the following fresh beverages:

  • Vera's Lemon Drop Martini
  • Wish Lemonade

Maggiano's will donate $1 for every Chef-Features menu item and 50 cents for every select beverage ordered.

"Each year, our Guests and Teammates look forward to our annual Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish campaign, and we are grateful to bring it back this year to help give children once-in-a-lifetime experiences, especially after such a difficult year for everyone," said Steve Provost, president of Maggiano's. "We're not only proud to serve our Chef-Features menu, but are also proud of where the proceeds go. Now that we're returning to some sense of normalcy, this is an ideal time to make a difference, and we're so thankful for everyone's support."

This marks the 17th year Maggiano's has supported the life-changing work of Make-A-Wish. Since 2003, the Eat-A-Dish for Make-A-Wish campaign has raised more than $9 million and has made more than 1,200 dreams come true.

"Maggiano's has been an excellent partner over the years with their ongoing contributions that allow us to continue granting wishes on a daily basis," said Richard K. Davis, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Foundation of America. "With the proceeds donated, we've been able to fund life-changing experiences for wish kids that deliver hope when they need it most."

SOURCE Maggiano's Little Italy®

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