In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, Fogo de Chão (www.fogodechao.com) will hold its third annual special dinner event to support Junior Achievement of Central Maryland (JA).
The Brazilian steakhouse’s Inner Harbor locale (600 E. Pratt St.) will offer a discounted “JA Dinner Package,” Wednesday, Apr. 10, from 5:00 to 9:30 p.m.
“Fogo de Chão is excited to support Junior Achievement of Central Maryland and contribute to their programs to prepare children for their future” said Jair Cavagnolli, general manager of Fogo de Chão in Baltimore. “Many of our Fogo de Chão restaurants across the country proudly participate in this event and we look forward to continuing to make a difference in Baltimore.”
Guests can enjoy unlimited servings of fire-roasted meats prepared by gaucho chefs, as well as a gourmet salad and sides bar, glass of wine or a cocktail, non-alcoholic beverages and dessert for $50 per person (reduced from the regular $75 price). Children ages, 7-12, can dine for $25.
JA will receive 100 percent of the dinner package proceeds from guests who make reservations by calling 410.753.3286 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. (Guests should not call the restaurant directly; only reservations made through JA are eligible for this package.)
“Last year’s event was a sell-out, and we are thrilled that Fogo de Chao once again will host this fabulous dinner that will allow hundreds of youth in Baltimore to receive financial literacy education,” said Kim Denis, vice president, operations & special events for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland. “We hope JA supporters will take advantage of this opportunity to plan the perfect date, family night out or business dinner for up to 12.”
Junior Achievement of Central Maryland is dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, Junior Achievement provides in-school and after-school programs for kindergarten through 12th grade students which focus on work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. Founded in 1957, the non-profit organization annually serves more than 40,000 students throughout Central Maryland. For more information, visit www.jamaryland.org.