Enjoy some great food while supporting the Betty Griffin Center in September by dining at any of the seven Columbia Restaurants in Florida during the 26th Annual Columbia Restaurant Community Harvest program, including the St. Augustine location at 98 St. George St. in Olde Town.

For the entire month, Columbia donates five percent of all guests’ lunch and dinner checks to the charitable organizations chosen by customers. Guests simply choose a charity from a ballot that’s provided with the check and the restaurant calculates the five percent. There’s no additional cost to the guest.

“Every dollar we receive through this annual fundraiser makes a tremendous impact on our ability to operate our shelter for victims of domestic and sexual violence and helps with funding the prevention programs we provide throughout the county,” said Betty Griffin Center Development Director Kenlie Kubart. “It’s a fun way to give and support a very serious cause.”

Click here to make your September reservation — and thanks for your support.

Over the past 24 years, the Columbia Restaurant Community Harvest has donated more than $3 million to non-profit organizations throughout Florida.