Tasty Indian Bistro has developed a pandemic version of the annual fine dining fundraiser benefitting Reach Child and Youth Development Society.
The fourth annual Taste of REACH event will be held on Friday, April 23 at Tasty Indian Bistro’s North Delta location. This year, guests will drive through and pick up their meal in compliance of COVID-19 health and safety protocols. Those individuals passing the meals to guests in their cars will be wearing masks and engaging in frequent sanitation of the hands. Guests will also be asked to wear their masks while receiving their package to ensure safety for all. Visit https://tasteofreach.eventbrite.ca for more information and to purchase tickets.
As in previous years, a gourmet dinner will be provided: each $150 ticket provides two appetizers, two main courses, naan and rice. Dessert is provided by Just Cakes and a bottle of wine is also provided with each ticket. Charton Hobbs, Mark Anthony and The Drinks List are the wine sponsors.
The last three years, A Taste of Reach has raised $195,000 to support children with developmental needs in the Delta, Surrey and Langley areas.
“Our annual Taste of Reach events have been incredibly successful in raising both funds for and awareness of the services offered by Reach within Surrey,” said Reach development manager Kristin Bibbs. “We are extremely excited and incredibly grateful to the Tasty Bistro family and all sponsors for making it possible to host our fourth annual event in a different way this year.”
Speakers at Taste of Reach fundraisers have raised awareness about the importance of seeking help when behavioural and developmental issues present for children.
Reach family testimonials remove stigma from seeking support, allowing children with needs to reach their potential.Tasty Indian Bistro owner Inder Saini shares his reasons for sponsoring the fundraiser that benefits children with needs: “I believe helping people grow and achieve their full potential is the route to happiness - both theirs and yours.”