Milford and Portsmouth Eateries will donate money for Ukraine aid


MILFORD, NH – Two restaurants, located on opposite sides of New Hampshire, will lend a helping hand to those in need in Ukraine after Russia invaded the country.

On Thursday, Greenleaf in Milford and Vida Cantina in Portsmouth will donate proceeds from its sales to the world’s central kitchen, a relief organization. Greenleaf, according to chef Chris Viaud, will donate 15% of sales. Chang Tai Café in Littleton is also participating along with others.

Viaud said World Central Kitchen had made “extensive efforts to provide relief and assistance” to those in need.

“We are happy to collaborate with the efforts of many like-minded restaurants who are generous enough to donate a portion of their sales on March 10, which will help WCK continue to provide much-needed resources to Ukraine. “, did he declare.

Other events

Greenleaf is also hosting two other events in March:

  • On Sunday, a second A Taste of Haiti placement will take place. Due to the positive response to Greenleaf’s first Dinner A in February, the team is offering a second dinner. The event is full but there is a waiting list customers can join.
  • On Sunday, March 27, Ansanm is hosting the Ansanm Sunday Dinner, a four-course dinner with seating at 4:30 p.m., 5 p.m., 5:30 p.m., and 6 p.m. Booking links are available at Greenleaf Tock.

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