Assist Japan at Delicious Fundraiser

April 12, 2011

As disaster continues to hit Japan, one Chicago restaurant is setting up a benefit to help.

Sunda New Asian, 110 West Illinois, is hosting a fundraising dinner this Friday in which 100 percent of its proceeds will go to the Direct Relief International, one of the top-rated charities providing relief to victims of the tragedies in Japan.

Tickets are $150 each to the event, which will feature a cocktail reception starting at 6 p.m. followed by a full four-course seated dinner prepared by Chef De Cuisine Jesse DeGuzman.

The evening will also include live cultural performances of Japanese Taiko drummers, Classical Japanese dance and Japanese folk music, a silent auction, a premium open bar and comments from representatives of the Japanese Consul General and Direct Relief International on the relief efforts.

The Japan earthquake and tsunami will undoubtedly go down as one of the worst natural disasters in history. It will take hundreds of billions of dollars and many years for Japan’s economy to recover.

Whether or not you have assisted in the relief effort, why not enjoy a delicious dinner and a fabulous evening while supporting an important cause?

And, if you can’t make Friday’s event, you can still donate. Sunda owners are hoping to raise $25,000 for Japan’s Earthquake and Tsumani victims. Only 120 dinner tickets are available, so sign up today!

What: Sunda New Asian Help Japan Fundraising Dinner

When: Friday, April 15 at 6 p.m.

Where: Sunda New Asian, 110 W. Illinois St., Chicago

Cost: $150

More: To buy tickets or to donate to this great cause, visit sundachicago.com

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