Chef Roy Yamaguchi at Roy’s in Pasadena to Benefit Hillsides
Chef Roy Yamaguchi will make a special appearance at Roy’s Pasadena during a four-course dinner September 14 to benefit Hillsides
“Having partnerships with businesses like Roy’s Restaurant in the community is significant to our mission,” said Joseph Costa, Hillsides chief executive officer. “Community donations help us offer life-changing programs to vulnerable children and their families and continue creating safe places for them.”
The restaurant Founder/Chef Roy Yamaguchi will join Hillsides’ supporters for an island inspired benefit while experiencing Hawaiian Fusion® Cuisine. The evening’s festivities will include entertainment, a lei and Mai Tai welcome.
“We’ve always tried to partner with children’s charities in the community,” said Managing Partner Chris Kadohiro. “For us, it’s been a partnership with Hillsides and we continue to nurture this relationship as we celebrate our second anniversary in Pasadena.”
Guests wishing to make table reservations for September 14 can call the restaurant in Pasadena at 626-356-4066. Roy’s is also giving guests a $20 gift card to be used at their next visit to the restaurant. Roy’s Restaurant is located at 641 East Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena. Visit www.Roysrestaurant.com to learn more about Roy’s and its cuisine.
Founded nearly a hundred years ago, Hillsides is a Pasadena residential treatment center and community-based social service agency that serves vulnerable children and families living in Los Angeles County. To learn more about the foster care children’s charity, visit www.Hillsides.org.
As a Pasadena foster care charity founded in 1913, Hillsides creates safe places for children at risk and their families by providing residential care, mental health services to break the cycle of domestic violence, special education, and advocacy. To learn more about Hillsides, visit www.Hillsides.org.
940 Avenue 64
Pasadena, CA 91105
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(323) 254-2274 ext. 274
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