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November Charity Month at three local restaurants

The SquareUp Foundation will launch a charity month at its restaurants to give back to the Chattanooga community.

NOOGAtoday | State of Confusion

Craving something with a charitable taste?

Local restaurant group SquareOne Holding Co. + its charitable SquareUp Foundation will be launching a giveback campaign for the entire month of November at its restaurants.

During this time, a portion of sales from food and drink orders will go towards local charities.

STIR + State of Confusion | Funds will benefit the CHATT Foundation to support its mission of providing meals and shelter to those in need.

Massey’s Kitchen | Proceeds will go towards the Children’s Hospital at Erlanger, providing support to kiddos and their families as they undergo treatments.

Bonus: Folks can also donate individually by using the QR codes that will be placed on all tables.

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