Each spring, the Randolph County community supports Hospice of Randolph through Dine Out for Hospice Dollars. Due to COVID-19, this year’s event had to be cancelled. We are excited to announce a new opportunity to support our local restaurant community – Dine Out for Hospice Taste of the Town!
Taste of the Town has been the signature fundraiser for Hospice of the Piedmont for over three decades, and now benefits the whole organization including its affiliate, Hospice of Randolph. Instead of being under one roof for one evening of great tastes, ticketholders will have a chance to visit participating vendors’ locations throughout High Point and Asheboro from Tuesday, August 18 through Saturday, August 22 to redeem their food ticket(s).
Each ticket purchase includes a donation back to Hospice and redeemable food tickets to be used at participating locations. Additionally, your purchase will support the vendor and the vendors will also be to receive reimbursement for each $10 food ticket they collect. Purchase tickets online through the form below. Check back for in-person sale locations.
Three tiers of tickets will be available:
- $25 ticket – $15 donation and (1) $10 food ticket
- $50 ticket – $30 donation and (2) $10 food tickets
- $100 ticket – $50 donation and (5) $10 food tickets
Thank you to our participating vendors throughout our service area (as of 7/27):
- CJ’s Olde Towne Restaurant
- Cupcake Cuties Cafe & Bakery
- FOSTERHOBBS COFFEE ROASTERS LLC
- Hamilton’s Steakhouse
- Hop’s Bar-B-Q
- P&J’s Diner
- Southern Roots
- Sweet Shoppe Bakery
- The Cozy Cannoli Bakery
- The Flying Pig Food and Spirits
- The PepperMill Cafe
- The Table
Interested in sponsorship information? Click here.
All proceeds from Dine Out for Hospice Taste of the Town benefits Hospice of the Piedmont and Hospice of Randolph – a non-profit agency that provides medical, emotional, and spiritual care for terminally-ill patients and their families in eight counties – Guilford, Randolph, Davidson, Forsyth, Alamance, Chatham, Moore, and Montgomery.