Frida Bistro Supports The Road Home
During the month of December 2012, Frida Bistro and Pastry Chef, Peter Korth, will donate $1 from every dessert purchased to The Road Home, a private non-profit social services agency that assists individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Salt Lake County and along the Wasatch Front. The Road Home operates the largest homeless shelter in Utah, and offers comprehensive programs that help people transition into permanent housing.
Peter Korth, along with a representative from The Road Home, will join KSL’s Jenn Hardman in-studio the morning of Tuesday November 27th at 6:15AM and 6:45AM to showcase Frida Bistro’s seasonal desserts and promote this fundraiser. Frida Bistro will present the first part of their donation during The Road Home’s annual Holiday Radio-a-Thon on December 20th and 21st, which will be broadcast live on 9 local radio stations.
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