Saying Yes

YES to YOUTH is the beneficiary of a $10,000 donation thanks to the newly opened Santi Cucina Italiana restauran
Pictured (L to R): Brent Everson of Everson Developments, Rodrigo Pelaez and Santiago Pelaez of Zanti Cucina Italiana, and YES to YOUTH development director Judy Foster with CEO Dannette Suding.

YES to YOUTH is the beneficiary of a $10,000 donation thanks to the newly opened Santi Cucina Italiana restaurant, which is located in the Westgate Shopping Center. The non-profit organization provides crisis counseling, shelter programs, prevention services, and empowerment to young people. “We are passionate about supporting local charitable organizations,” said co-owner Santiago Pelaez. “We are proud to support such a worthwhile non-profit.” For more, visit ZantiCucina.com or SayYEStoYouth.org

 

COURTESY: Liz Grimm

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