The Wine Kitchen’s recent dinner fundraiser raised $2,000 for Mobile Hope Loudoun.
Owners Jason Miller and Michael Mercer welcomed guests and served delicious dishes sourced and crafted from local farms.
“We have enjoyed more than 8 years of business in the downtown Leesburg historic district and love the fact that we can connect with Loudoun County residents and give back to our community,” Miller said. “Mobile Hope offers needed services to the homeless children of our county, which is unfortunately growing every year.”
Donna Fortier, the CEO & Founder of Mobile Hope said that “Mobile Hope is honored to have been chosen as a beneficiary of such an incredible evening. The support we provide to so many precariously and homeless young people in our community is critical.”
The evening featured special menu items created by Chef Tim Rowley and included the popular summer dish of sweet tea fried chicken with watermelon glaze, a special rosé sangria, as well as $15 off all wine bottles, which is also offered every Wednesday night.