BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — Fork and ÀLAVITA restaurants are now accepting nominations for two Treasure Valley non-profits who deserve a donations from their Corkage for Community Fund.
The restaurants will give a total of $7,500 in donations to two non-profits.
“We know that supporting our local non-profits is important and vital, even during a pandemic,” said owners Cameron and Amanda Lumsden. “The Corkage for Community fund was set up to do just that- we’re honored to have this opportunity and to remain ‘loyal to local’. It’s our hope that these donations will positively impact the community that we value so much.”
Nominations will be accepted on Fork’s Facebook Page from Feb. 4-18.
Nominations must be less than 75 words and in the form of a Facebook post or comment. Nonprofit organizations, board members, staff, ambassadors, or friends can make the nominations on behalf of the nonprofit.
Staff at Fork and ÀLAVITA will review and vote on the winning Treasure Valley organization which will be announced on Feb. 21, which is Fork’s 10 year anniversary.