“Taylor Gourmet will be donating 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the hoagie to Fight For Children.”

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From an email:

“Fight For Children, a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that works to create and improve quality early childhood education experiences and opportunities for students from low-income communities in the DC metro area, announced today a week-long partnership with Taylor Gourmet.  In an effort to raise awareness for the importance of Early Childhood Education, and the significance of Fight For Children’s work, Taylor Gourmet will launch a one-of-a-kind hoagie dubbed the “Champ for Children.” The Champ-for-Children hoagie is the creation of Celebrated Chef and DC restaurateur Katsuya Fukushima, and will be available at all Taylor Gourmet locations from October 3 – 9, 2016.

Taylor Gourmet will be donating 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the hoagie to Fight For Children.

Fight For Children began more than 26 years ago with the goal of improving education and healthcare services for underserved children and their families. Fight For Children’s signature early childhood education program, Joe’s Champs, operates in 17 schools – with 50 school leaders, 225 teachers and 4,500 students. More than 85% of children reached through Fight For Children programs come from low-income families within the District. Fight For Children works across sectors and communities to create quality early childhood education experiences so that all children have the foundation necessary to succeed in third grade and beyond.

About Fight for Children

The late Joseph E. Robert, Jr., created Fight For Children and Fight Night in 1990 as a way to marshal resources to help children from low-income communities in the nation’s capital secure a brighter future. Since 2012, Raul Fernandez, Vice Chairman of Monumental Sports & Entertainment, has served as Chairman for Fight For Children’s Board of Directors. Fight For Children’s programs focus on improving the quality of early childhood education for at-risk children in the Washington, DC area. For further information, please visit www.fightforchildren.org

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  • This actually looks delicious. And I love Bantam King. Few places that specialize in rooster meat are this tasty.

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