1868 restaurant to donate to Shalva

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June 27, 2006 15:14

 
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1868, the well-known Jerusalem eatery, and its sister restaurant, Caf 1868, has announced that five percent of profits from all meals sold during the months of July and August will be donated to fund the annual summer camp run by Shalva, the association for mentally and physically challenged children in Israel. "This will be an opportunity for people to help the successful summer project run by Shalva," commented 1868 chef and owner Menachem Katz. Shalva representative Avi Smoales said that he welcomed the initiative from 1868. We are talking about a welcomed donation that will help our organization to continue catering to the needs of children with disabilities and their families, he said.

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