NOTE: Wilmington’s Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub is located at 144 Lowell Street.
WOBURN, MA — The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub’s 105 locations throughout New England and New York raised $609,000 for 65 local chapters of the Boys & Girls Club.
This donation was raised in October as a part of the annual Boys & Girls Club fundraiser and marks the 19-year partnership with the Boys & Girls Club organization, as well as another major fundraising milestone.
“Each year, our Ninety Nine team and guests look forward to the month of October for their chance to show their dedication to their local communities and Boys & Girls Clubs, and every year I’m increasingly impressed with their passion and commitment for the cause,” Charlie Noyes, Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub president, said. “As we mark our 19th year working with the Boys & Girls Club, we have raised a remarkable amount of money, and I look forward to our continued partnership for many years to come.”
Ninety Nine guests helped raise the funds for local Boys & Girls Clubs by donating $1 from the purchase of Boys & Girls Club menu specials, purchasing a commemorative bracelet for $5 and adding $1, $3, $5 or more to the guest’s check
Each restaurant has held a long-standing relationship with a local Boys & Girls Club chapter, and has remained dedicated to The Boys & Girls Club of America, the oldest and largest organization with a primary mission of service to the youth. The Brattleboro Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub in Vermont raised the most money per guest during this year’s fundraiser, raising over $19,000.
“Our loyal guests and team members played an important role in helping raise the most funds during this year’s fundraiser, and I couldn’t be more proud of what the Brattleboro Ninety Nine was able to donate,” Mike Powers, general managing partner of Brattleboro Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, said. “We fully support all that the Boys & Girls Clubs provide for local children, not just in our community, but throughout New England and New York, and know that these relationships will continue to flourish.”
(NOTE: The above press is from The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub, first seen on the Woburn Advocate.)
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