Tucson Restaurant: Dine out Humane Society So AZ pets

25% of proceeds benefits HSSA

25% of proceeds benefits HSSA

A Tucson restaurant’s generosity helps the Humane Society of Southern Arizona on Monday, January 14.

from the press release

Although normally closed on Mondays, Pastiche Modern Eatery has decided to open its doors from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14, to help the animals at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

Pastiche, 3025 N. Campbell Ave., will donate 25 percent of all lunch, dinner and happy hour tabs to help make a bright future for the HSSA! This generous gift will include all wine and take-out orders as well. Happy Hour will run from 4-6 p.m.

HSSA Pet VIP dogs will be on site for meet and greets. And with every dine-in lunch and dinner, people can take home a complimentary copy of the Rosco Cookbook, with more than 400 dishes for two-and four-legged food lovers, including recipes from Tucson Originals restaurants!

“Here at Pastiche we are thankful we can show support to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona for all they do to help our homeless animals. It is very important to us on a personal level as well as on the broader spectrum that we can give back to the community” said Julie Connors, who owns Pastiche with her husband, Pat.

Pastiche has been an independently owned restaurant since 1998 providing an eclectic American-based cuisine. The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is a local, independent 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. The HSSA is funded solely by private donations and grants. It receives no government funding or assistance from any national organization. Through its shelter, clinic and offsite adoption centers, the HSSA touches the lives of nearly 20,000 animals each year.

Comments

  1. Great to see an AZ small business willing to step up and help an organization that strives to protect animals. I hope some of the patrons came to eat at Pastiche on Monday just to help the Humane Society’s cause. Thanks for sharing… great story!

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