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Oct. 1-31: All Nashville Taziki's Mediterranean Café Locations to Partner with Make-A-Wish During October


This year, Taziki's Nashville is partnering with Make-A-Wish throughout the month of October. Starting Oct. 1, customers at all Taziki's Nashville locations will have the option to add a dollar to their ticket to support Make-A-Wish. Once a customer donates, they will have the opportunity to sign a blue star. Each donation goes 100% to granting a sick and suffering child what could be the last wish they ever make.

Make-A-Wish creates life-changing wishes for critical illnesses. Last year, the Middle Tennessee chapter granted over 140 wishes for local children who were battling critical illnesses. When a child is granted a wish, it refreshes and empowers them to feel stronger while fighting their illness even harder.

"We are so grateful for the support of Taziki's Nashville. With this partnership, we will not only be able to raise funds needed to grant wishes, but also raise awareness for the positive impact these wishes have on families in the community. Thank you, Taziki's for believing in the power of a wish!" said Kasey Fiedler, Director of Development at Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee.

The sacrifice of just one dollar adds up and when supported by Taiki's customers, these donations can change a child's life and the lives of their family forever.

"Taziki's loves supporting organizations like Make-A-Wish, and we're pumped to be able to partner with them throughout the month of October. We hope the community jumps on board with us in helping grant wishes for local children all around us!" said Lindsay Curtis, Director of Marketing for Taziki's.


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