Dominick’s Steakhouse Raises Money for Make-A-Wish

Scottsdale Quarter restaurant presents check for $33,550 to nonprofit

Dominick’s Steakhouse presented a check for $33,550 to Make-A-Wish Arizona. The funds were raised after holding its annual fundraiser for Arizona wish kids on Oct. 17. Guests enjoyed dinner at the restaurant in the Scottsdale Quarter, with 100 percent of funds raised that evening, except taxes and tips to the servers, went directly to the nonprofit to grant wishes for kids dealing with critical illnesses.

“This event allows us to share the impact of a wish with a new audience while also encouraging our donors to enjoy a special night out to benefit future wish kids,” says Elizabeth Reich, president and CEO of Make-A-Wish Arizona. “We could not do what we do without community support from organizations like Dominick’s Steakhouse. They help us continue to reach more and more Arizona children dealing with critical illnesses every year.”

In 2017, Dominick’s Steakhouse raised $21,397 for Make-A-Wish Arizona through this special night.

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