St. Louis Bar & Grill Targets $300,000 for Autism Awareness Month

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TORONTO — St. Louis Bar & Grill is revving up for its national annual fundraising campaign in support of its chief cause during Canada’s Autism Awareness Month this October, with a goal of raising $300,000.

Throughout October, St. Louis executives, franchisees, employees, friends, family and guests across the country participate in fundraising activities from bowling tournaments to raffles, and beyond – all to benefit regional and community organizations that support individuals with autism and their families.

Overall, St. Louis Bar & Grill has raised more than $2 million to support children and families living with autism. Last year, the company raised more than $225,000 for the Shining Through Centre and autism-support networks across the country.

Month-long fundraising promotions include Poured with a Purpose, where $0.50 from every Labatt pint sold at each location is donated to the cause and guests who donate $5 will receive a set of coupons valued at more than $30 in savings.

The company’s month-long autism efforts will culminate in an evening of celebration and fundraising during St. Louis’ annual All in for Autism Night, held at the Hockey Hall of Fame on November 2. Fundraising will continue with a silent auction open to all Canadians across the country.

“We’re committed to fostering inclusion and providing support for individuals with autism year round but October is when all of us pull together to help make a bigger impact,” says Royal Nasager, VP of Marketing, St. Louis Bar & Grill. “Our goal is to raise $300,000 this year.”

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