The Langermann’s Restaurant Group and The Red Devils breast cancer support charity proudly announce their partnership for the first ever DESTINATION, DONATION, DINING event, as The Patio at Langermann’s Canton officially becomes The Red Devils Café from June 19th through September 30, 2014.
The Red Devils Café will feature a DEVILISHLY DELITEFUL menu created by Executive Chef/Owner Neal Langermann. Throughout the summer, a portion of the proceeds from this special menu will be donated to provide meals and support services to help improve the quality of life for Maryland breast cancer families. The menu will be available at the café and within the restaurant.
Award winning chef and visionary Neal Langermann is making the bold move to reinvent the partnership between restaurants and local charities. While most restaurants rely on their charity partner to bring them new diners and donate a percentage of sales for a one-day event, Neal has chosen to “go all in” by creating a four-month destination, donation, dining promotion that extends through the summer. His goal not only is to raise funds but also awareness of the needs of those Maryland families fighting breast cancer.
“Everyone has been touched by breast cancer and while we all hope for a cure, The Red Devils is there for those families-—our neighbors—'fighting the fight.' What if you’re in treatment and can’t work? How do you pay your rent or for your medications? The Red Devils provides healthy meals and groceries—essential for staying strong—as well as many other support services. We’re excited to spearhead this unique fund raising event and we’re proud to be a Devils Advocate,” said Executive Chef/Owner Neal Langermann.
The Red Devils Executive Director Jan Wilson said “We began this year with two big funding losses: 50% of our grant support from Komen Maryland went away, and Under Armour’s new strategic partner strategy resulted in our losing 100% of their support. We needed a hero. And we got one! Now, we’re confident we will have the funding to assist nearly 1,000 families in 2014.”
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