Press Release, April 12, 2016 – Dine Out For A Good Cause! Hospice Hawaii Partners With Big City Diner For Fundraising Event

HONOLULU (April 12, 2016) – Celebrate “Eat What You Want Day” one day early and dine out for a good cause with Big City Diner and Hospice Hawaii. On Tuesday, May 10, 2016, guests who present a Hospice Hawaii fundraising flyer at any of Big City Diner’s six locations between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. will have 20 percent of their check donated to Hospice Hawaii.

With something for every taste, Big City Diner’s extensive menu features delicious local favorites, home-style comfort foods and healthy menu options.

“We are so appreciative of Big City Diner and its efforts to help us raise funds to support our mission, which is to bring hope, reduce fears and impact lives,” said Kenneth L. Zeri, president and chief professional officer of Hospice Hawaii. “May is also National Hamburger Month and National Salad Month. With burgers and salads and more on the menu and at six locations to choose from, we hope these are great reasons to dine at Big City Diner on May 10 to support our cause.”

To receive a copy of the Hospice Hawaii fundraising flyer, visit www.hospicehawaii.org or call (808) 924-9255. Guests can present the flyer to all Big City Diner locations in Kaimuki, Kailua, Pearlridge, Waipio, Ward, and Windward Mall. Purchases include dine-in, take-out, catering, and all beverages.

About Big City Diner
Since 1998, Big City Diner has been committed to serving the community by providing Oahu with hearty, quality food at affordable prices. The restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night, has six convenient locations on Oahu. For more information, visit www.bigcitydinerhawaii.com.

About Hospice Hawaii
Established in 1979, Hospice Hawaii is about helping people in life. The goal of the non-profit organization is to help patients live as fully as possible, to provide comfort and relief from pain, and to aid in symptom management. An interdisciplinary team of professionals and trained volunteers strive to meet the physical, emotional, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of patients and families in the comfort of their own homes as well as in other settings like its Kailua Home, nursing homes and other facilities. With offices on Oahu, Molokai and Lanai, Hospice Hawaii also provides bereavement support to patients, their families, and the wider community. For more information about Hospice Hawaii, visit www.hospicehawaii.org.