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Dine to Donate Benefitting Komen Mid-Michigan

Posted on February 6th, 2017 by TEAM Schostak in Community, Events
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TEAM Schostak Family Restaurants (TSFR) is hosting a one-day Dine to Donate event on Thursday, February 16 at six of our Applebee’s restaurants benefitting Komen Mid-Michigan.

From 4-8 p.m., 20% of all guests’ food sales from the participating restaurants will be donated to Komen Mid-Michigan, an independent, local non-profit organization. The funds raised will be earmarked to help support the organization’s mission to combat breast cancer, save lives and reduce breast cancer mortality in Michigan. During the event, representatives from the organization will be on-site at select participating restaurants with additional information on Komen Mid-Michigan and how people can get involved.

The following TSFR Applebee’s restaurants will participate in the Dine to Donate:

  • 5400 West Saginaw, Lansing 48917
  • 6270 S. Cedar St., Lansing 48911
  • 2450 Coolidge Rd., East Lansing 48823
  • 2284 Woodlake Drive, Okemos 48864
  • 2440 Ontario Drive, Saint Johns 48879
  • 1642 Packard Hwy, Charlotte 48813

With nearly 1.3 million people diagnosed annually with breast cancer, Komen Mid-Michigan is a critical resource in creating a heightened awareness of the disease and leading the fight against it. We are proud to partner with this inspiring organization to help support their mission, and it is our hope that local residents will join us at one of our six locations to help generate the funds needed for Komen Mid-Michigan to continue reducing the lives lost to breast cancer in our state.

Through its patient-centered network of nonprofits and community support, Komen Mid-Michigan is able to overcome barriers that prevent women from getting screened and receiving treatment through innovative education programs, screenings, diagnostics, transportation, survivor programs and cutting-edge research.

With three chapters across the state, Komen Michigan has funded more than $12 million in local breast health programs over the last 20 years, filling the gap for much needed services across the region.