‘Dining for DSABC’ to take over Danbury’s Holiday Diner


Press release submitted by Danbury Student and Business Connection

Known for its classic charm and great food, Danbury’s Holiday Diner partners with DSABC to support mentorship and mental health in Danbury Public Schools Danbury, CT (March 29, 2022) – Danbury Student and Business Connection (DSABC), the non-profit organization providing mentorship programs in Danbury Public Schools, today announced a partnership with Holiday Diner for the second Dining for DSABC event of 2022 on Tuesday, April 12. order from the restaurant, in order to participate in fundraising.

“After a successful launch earlier this month, we couldn’t be more excited to continue working with local restaurants on this initiative. When you ‘Dine with DSABC’, you are supporting our local economy and our students. who benefit greatly from critical mentoring and mental health programs,” said Susan Queenan, Executive Director of DSABC. “Plus, you can get a great meal for you and your family. It’s a win-win.”

“Being at the heart of Danbury for over 70 years, the community is an important part of what makes Holiday so special to so many. We are delighted to invite our regular diners, and anyone who stops in, to give back to our community through a great program that supports local students,” said George Psarofagis, owner of Holiday Diner. “We look forward to serving you on April 12.”

Dining for DSABC is a program created in conjunction with local restaurant owners to support both DSABC’s mission and area businesses. Events will be announced on the DSABC website and on social media. Local restaurants interested in participating in a future Dining for DSABC event can contact Susan Queenan, [email protected]

About the DSABC
DSABC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 1990, which encourages collaboration between Danbury Public Schools, local businesses and the community to promote lifelong learning and successful transition of young people into society and the labor market. Through business and community partnerships, DSABC programs build the character and confidence of Danbury students to succeed personally and academically. DSABC’s main programs are the school-based mentoring programs, providing approximately 200 mentors to students at Danbury Public Schools as well as the Henry Abbott Regional Technical School. The mentors are mainly volunteers from companies/enterprises in the region and the community in general. To learn more, visit DSABCMentors.org, Facebook, LinkedInand Twitter.

Press release submitted by Danbury Student and Business Connection


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