Local Restaurant Supports Nepal Earthquake Relief Efforts
Wenatchee’s India House Restaurant Donating Sales Nepal Earthquake Relief Efforts
Our friends at he India House Restaurant are donating sales to support relief efforts in Nepal. We are sharing the following press release on behalf of the India House to help spread the word!
The India House Restaurant in Wenatchee will be donating 50% of their sales on Tuesday, June 23rd and Wednesday, June 24th to the Red Cross earthquake relief efforts in Nepal.
The India House Restaurant is locally owned by D.D. and spokesperson Manoj Kumar commented “They are our neighbors, we are from India and we cannot ignore the need they have so we wanted to help and this is what we think would be the best way.”
Relief teams from around the world have been working to provide water, food, shelter and medical assistance to Nepal since the magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck on April 25, 2015. On May 12, a second major earthquake hit the country.
More than 8,600 people died in the earthquakes, which destroyed more than 500,000 homes and left huge numbers of people without shelter with just weeks until the monsoon rains.
The India House Restaurant is located in historic downtown Wenatchee in the “Wenatchee Hotel Building”, 105 South Wenatchee Avenue. The restaurant will be open from 11am-8pm on both days.
For more information about this event please contact Manoj Kumar at 206.499.3369 or 509.888.5334
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