Restaurants, breweries raise funds for Asheville Human Society, April 9 and 11

Press release from Asheville Humane Society:

Asheville, NC – On Tuesday, April 9, participating area restaurants are donating 15-25% of their food and drink sales to Asheville Humane Society during the nonprofit’s 16th Annual Dine To Be Kind presented by Prestige Subaru. This year, there’s an extra day to give back by enjoying a craft beer! On Thursday, April 11, Drink To Be Kind will be held at participating breweries with a portion of the day’s sales to benefit Asheville Humane. Generous event sponsors include iHeartMedia Asheville, REACH Veterinary Specialists, and Western Carolina Veterinary Surgery.

Rob Butler, events manager at Asheville Humane Society, is excited about the expansion of the 16th Annual Dine To Be Kind. “We are thrilled to have two days for our community to make twice the impact,” said Butler. “With the addition of Drink To Be Kind, and a record number of participating restaurants, we hope more people will support the cause! All you have to do is enjoy a night (or two!) on the town to make a difference in the lives of local animals!”

Last year, Asheville Humane Society touched the lives of over 9,300 animals thanks to the generous support of our community. Join the mission to help more pets in 2019 by participating in their biggest fundraiser of the year. A list of all participating restaurants and breweries can be found at

What:  16th Annual Dine To Be Kind

When:  Tuesday, April 9 (restaurants) and Thursday, April 11 (breweries)

Where:  Participating restaurants/breweries listed at

Why:  To help local animals in need!

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