REPORTING · 7th November 2010
Don Diego's owners Gerran Thorhaug and Sierra Harris are giving some of their profits from salsa sales to the Churches Food Bank.
Yes, we all know about that delicious salsa. Well, now when buying that salsa during the month of November, $1 from each jar goes towards a cheque that Don Diego's will be writing to the food bank. On top of that, they will match the donation, dollar for dollar. Gerran has set a goal of $1000.00.
The salsa is being sold for $5.00 per jar. You can even bring in your own jar if you wish.
According to Gerran the idea came from the fact that although we all do what we can to support organizations overseas in dealing with famine or natural disasters, he does not want to forget that we have organizations locally that are struggling and need our support.
When speaking about the fundraiser, Gerran gave mention to the recent success of the "Fill the Bank," food drive organized by the Terrace Fire Department.
Gerran added that a cash donation gives the food bank the ability to hand out non-perishable items and other things that are needed in the community other than the non-perishables that are donated.
For more information call Don Diego's at 635.2307