Chip’s Thanksgiving Day breakfast to benefit Operation Hope
Chip’s Family Restaurant in Fairfield will host its annual Thanksgiving Day breakfast on Thursday, Nov. 24, from 6-11 a.m., with all proceeds benefiting Operation Hope of Fairfield. The family-friendly restaurant, located at 525 Tunxis Hill Cutoff, will offer buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, bacon or sausage, coffee or tea for $12 per person. No reservations are required.
“Operation Hope is deeply honored and grateful to Chip’s for its continued generosity and community spirit,” said Carla Miklos, executive director, Operation Hope. Our most heartfelt thanks goes to Chip’s owner George Chatzopoulos, manager Adam Bajko and the staff at Chip’s who are donating their time and energy that morning to supporting this event.”
Local businesses and groups are invited to sponsor a table for $50. Business name and logo will be displayed on each table. To sponsor a table, contact Jennifer O’Neill, Director of Development at 203-292-5588, ext. 210 or email@example.com.
“Given that most of us will enjoy a bountiful meal with friends and family on Thanksgiving, there is no better recipient of the proceeds on this special day. The reality is there are many in our community who are not as fortunate and we are hoping this will help our neighbors in need,” said Adam Bajko, manager, Chip’s Family Restaurant, Fairfield.
“This is a wonderful way to start a holiday that is all about family, friends and food. We encourage all our neighbors to join us, and while we are feasting, please know that we are directly helping those most in need in our community,” said Michael Fucigna, Operation Hope board chair.