Macon Restaurant Kicks Off Fundraiser For Local Charity
A Macon restaurant chain is celebrating 20 years of business by kicking off a two month fundraiser for a local charity.
Sticky Fingers in Macon is teaming up with the local charity Jay's Hope Foundation to raise money for its "4 kids with cancer" campaign. During the next two months, diners will be encouraged to donate money to the foundation and the funds will help kids diagnosed with cancer. Restaurant employees said they wanted to partner with a local charity to help the people they serve and interact with in the community.
"It's a community thing so if you're helping your community, it's something you can see the progress as opposed to just sending a check in the mail," Sticky Fingers Operator Jeremiah Barnes said.”
The restaurant has a goal of raising $2,000 dollars for the charity. It will present Jay's Hope with a check at the end of the two months.