Photo courtesy of Grecian Family Restaurant and Bakery
By ALEXANDER WILLIS
Spring Hill’s Grecian Family Restaurant and Bakery will be holding a fundraiser all day Monday for Erika’s Safe Place, a nonprofit organization that focuses on helping at-risk youth through support and intervention programs.
“The goal of the program is prevention and intervention,” writes Grecian Family Restaurant staff about Erika’s Safe Place. “Working with the at-risk population to prevent them from re-offending, being sent into custody, dropping out of school, and/or ultimately spiraling downhill. Through our techniques, the goal is to increase the likelihood of success, offering them the support and guidance they need to regain control of their life and become productive young adults in their community.”
Held at Grecian Family Restaurant and Bakery, located at 2003 Wall St., in Spring Hill, the fundraiser is scheduled all day from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m. All day Monday, 10% of all proceeds, which includes breakfast, restaurant, bakery and takeout, will go towards helping support Erika’s Safe Place
Grecian Family Restaurant and Bakery routinely holds fundraisers for various causes, with one of its more recent fundraisers helping to support a young girl battling brain cancer.
For more information on Erika’s Safe Place, click here.