Community Night is a way to give back to the community and a way to bring people together. It becomes a social event. It can be a team-builder and give you an incentive to reach out to the community with your message. It’s good for everybody involved.
Arthur's will donate a portion of all sales proceeds, for purchases inside the restaurant to your organization (10% of restaurant and bar sales). We are committed to help raise funds and awareness of your cause with our Community Night fundraiser! As a volunteer for your cause, you’ll spend an evening working with our restaurant staff to earn money for your organization... and have a great time doing it! Volunteers with the charities are responsible to spread the word about the fundraiser and drive the traffic to your event. We provide the venue, and support from our staff. We put your community event on our website, FaceBook page, and marque to help promote your cause. We provide training for your volunteers working the night of the event.
Community Night can be successful for many types of charities. Arthur's feels there are so many charities in Middleton willing to help others. The community has grown a lot but maintains that small-town family feel. Customers like the Community Nights program because they are spending money anyway on dinner while helping others in their own community.
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Arthur's community program is designed to help education, religious, charitable and community-based groups with their fundraising needs.
Why choose Arthur's?
Great food and a worthy cause are a perfect recipe for a successful fundraiser. People love Arthur's atmosphere and excellent customer service that gives an amazing dining experience, so asking them to attend is easy.
How do I become a Community Night participant?
1. Fill out the attached application, or download one from our website. Upon acceptance, arrange an event date and time with Arthur's.
2. Organize your volunteers and prepare for a successful evening of great food and community giving.
3. Promote, promote, promote! Distribute flyer; talk to your local media for coverage; add the event to your website; email your lists. The more people who attend your fundraiser, the more money your organization will earn!
4. Host your event! You may assist in the dining room, mingle with guests, host, bus and help with setup and cleanup, and/or set up a table to educate interested guests about your organization. Explain the benefits of the fundraiser and how their tips are greatly appreciated. And, of course, have fun!