Sunny Bridge Father’s Day Grill-Out
On Friday, June 19, 2015, Sunny Bridge Natural Foods will host a Father’s Day Grill-Out event from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh.
Head out to Sunny Bridge Natural Foods & Cafe, located at 130 Gallery Drive in McMurray, PA, for a lunch to honor all dads. Keeping in line with the Sunny Bridge mission of providing the community with healthy, natural products, all the delicious food served at the Grill-Out will be natural or organic.
The Cafe team will prepare grass-fed beef patties and veggie burgers on the grill, which will then be served with homemade pasta salad, chips and drink to make a healthy and nutritious lunch. A minimum $5 donation per person is requested upon arrival.
Gina Snyder, owner of Sunny Bridge Natural Foods, chose Big Brothers Big Sisters as the recipient of the proceeds because of the organization’s mission. “We chose Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh because we believe in their goals – to nurture and help children realize their potential, shape their future and empower them to achieve,” she said.
While the burgers are grilling, check out the different raffles taking place around the event. Stop at Sunny Bakes, the gluten-free bakery, for some fresh pastries, cookies, wraps, or pizza and pie crusts, handmade and blended from scratch!
Sunny Bridge, a leading health food and natural product grocery store in the Pittsburgh area, will offer samples of some of their products at the event. The grocery store supports local farmers and offers a selection of locally grown and raised products.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters has spent the past 100 years making sure every child has the ability to succeed and thrive in any situation or environment.
The Allegheny County Chapter was founded in 1965. It was expanded into Washington and Greene Counties in 1996 and 2002, respectively, to become Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh.
Big Brothers Big Sisters matches adult volunteers, Bigs, with children aged 6-18, Littles, to form relationships that will positively influence the children’s lives. In return, Littles are more confident in their schoolwork and family relationships and are less likely to experiment with drugs or alcohol, or skip school.