Princeton, NJ – Locally owned-and-operated IT company Process StreamTM announced it was partnering with Applebee’s and Rose Group Dining for an initiative designed to support charitable projects in Africa. The program, called “Dining to Donate,” is a longstanding program of Applebee’s.
With a provided flier printout (available here), patrons eating at any of two area Applebee’s locations will be able to donate 10% of their total bill to help support two projects in East Africa by the charity nonprofit Thaakat Foundation, Konadu Basic School in Ghana and the Fatmata Maternity Center in Sierra Leone. These two Thaakat initiatives help supply basic social programs for those most in need; Konadu Basic School is a free primary school supplying an enriching education to village children, and the Fatmata Maternity Center provides obstetric and postnatal care to women in remote areas.
Dining to Donate meals can also be ordered for takeout.
Process StreamTM, which was founded in 2008 by Bobby Roy and Mickey Shah, has become a major player in regulatory compliance in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries with a long history of supporting and participating in charitable activities. In the last year, Process StreamTM has sponsored fundraising walks for the Steeplechase Cancer Center and donated 250 pairs of shoes to Soles 4 Souls, a global social enterprise committed to fighting poverty and distributing shoes throughout the world.
Dining to Donate is an Applebee’s program coordinated through the Rose Group, offering eligible 501c3 organizations, including charities, civic groups, schools, or other not-for-profits the opportunity to easily fundraise and increase visibility.