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As you knew, in 2012, Koi launched the monthly charity program called “Table 23”, which is a true monthly partnership with Evanston charities. Through this program, Koi have assisted in raising thousands of dollars to help not for profits get exposure, grow, and attain funds necessary to keep each organization organically existing in the Evanston Community!
Koi launched “Table 23” - the best table in the house and one that can be reserved ahead of time for charitable-seeking guests. Guests will receive 10% off on their total check to support the cause and koi will donate 20% of the total check to the charity of the month. There is limited availability as there is only one table. We typically can seat it twice during the week and three times on Friday and Saturday nights. Guests must indicate that they are requesting table 23 (charity table) during their initial phone call to Koi to book the reservation.
Jan: SASI Senior Connectio. The mission is to support the efforts of older adults to ramin in their homes.
Feb: Evanston Community Foundation. The foundation builds endowments for current and future opportunities, foster private philanthropy, focuses the impact of collective giving, finds solutions to community challenges, allocates grants.
Mar: Hecky Powell / WE Program. Work Ethic, all labor has dignity. Every strong community needs a strong and skilled workforce to ensure diverse copportunities and economic stability. Not every high school wnats to attend four year college. This program is to help ETHS students to improve their career and tecnical employment outcome while meeting the needs of local employers and growing sectors and industries.
Apr: The Josselyn Center for Mental Health. The Josselyn Center knows the spectrum of mental health is deep and varied. So are their clients. and so are their service. the mission is to provide mental health services that make lives better for our community and their family.
May: McGaw YMCA Evanston. Is an open, charitable membership association that promotes growth in spirit, mind and body through programs and service for all.
Jun: The Cradle Adoption Center. With the deep history in adoption as our foundation, the cradle advances the well - being of children by compassionately delivering exceptional education, guidance and lifelong support to buil, preserve and strengthen their fasmilies.
Jul: Evanston 4th of Juky Foundation.Provide full day city wide activities. including morning sports, playground games, afternoon parade, evening concerts ar Dawes Park.
Aug: Evanston Art Center. The mission is dedicated to frostering the appreciation and expression of the atrs among diverse audients by offering extnsive and innovative instruction on broad areas of artistic endeavor.
Sep: Rotary Club of Evanston Lighthouse. Like many Rotary Ckubs. Evanston Lighthouse has a club foundation that raises money for service projects. Our lragest funraiser is the Holiday Sale in November and December to contribute the annuell Programs Fund of the Rotary Foundation.
Oct: Curt's Cafe. To improve outcomes for young adults living in at-risk situations through work and life-skills training.
Nov: Center for Independent Future. To helping individuals with disabilties live full and more independent lives.
Dec: Literature for all of Us. Uses books and writing to facilitate circles of connection, healing and growth in the face of social inequity. By inviting participates to explore the transformative power of their own.