Donations being accepted at El Dorado Cantina and Fatburger now – Dec. 31, 2021
Darin Feinstein and his wife Patricia, along with Stephen and Judi Siegel of The Siegel Group for Pinkbox Donuts, and management at Findlay Kia, have teamed up in support of the 9th Annual Holiday Give Back fundraising campaign to benefit The Shade Tree, Las Vegas’ only 24-hour women and children’s shelter, now through December 31, 2021.
Guests who dine at any of the participating restaurants listed below are invited to support The Shade Tree by donating $1.00 or more. 100% of proceeds will go directly to the shelter, combined with a donation from the Feinsteins.
Donations are being accepted now through Dec. 31 at the following restaurants:
- El Dorado Cantina
430 S. Rampart Blvd. in Tivoli Village, 8349 W. Sunset Rd., and 3025 Sammy Davis Jr. Drive
- Fatburger and Fat Bar
Inside Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa; inside Green Valley Ranch, and 3763 Las Vegas Blvd. So.
“We are so grateful for Darin and Patricia Feinstein’s continued generous support, as well as the support from the Siegels and Findlay Kia, of the shelter and our programs,” said Linda Perez, CEO of The Shade Tree. “Community partners like them allow us to help the many women and children affected by domestic violence and human trafficking we see every day.”
Fatburger/Fat Bar Las Vegas will deliver Fatburgers with all the fixings for the residents to enjoy on Wednesday, Dec. 22. Additionally, Pinkbox Donuts will deliver donuts and Findlay Kia is providing gift cards for the residents.
About The Shade Tree
The Shade Tree is Southern Nevada’s only 24-hour accessible emergency shelter for women and children in crisis, servicing many who are victims of domestic violence and/or human trafficking. The Shade Tree Shelter offers 364 permanent beds and provides over 100,000 nights of shelter over 165,000 meals every year. On average The Shade Tree provides assistance to 15 new families each day and helps over 6,000 women and children annually. The Shade Tree facility offers residential areas with sleeping rooms, libraries, training rooms, children’s playrooms, meals, and laundry services. Additionally, it offers programs and services for women and children including life skills, workforce readiness, health services, and housing assistance. The Shade Tree has been providing these services since 1989. The Shade Tree crisis hotline phone/text number is 1-855-385-0072. To learn more, follow The Shade Tree on Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram or visit www.theshadetree.org.