Wounded Warrior Homes

August 16, 2015


WHO: Local nonprofit, Wounded Warrior Homes will be proudly accepting an $11,500 check from Bali Hai Restaurant, one of 14 competitors and winner of the 2015 Bar of the Year Challenge.Accepting on behalf of WWH will be Mia Roseberry, Founder and Executive Director, and Robert Caudill, former combat veteran who has transitioned out of the WWH program and runs his own business now.
WHAT: Patrons are invited to join WWH in the celebration with happy hour throughout the night, San Diego Cocktail Specials and live music by Desi. Both Mia and Robert (and his service dog, Bravo) will be on site to express their gratitude and share how the money will be used to help more veterans in need.Each year, bars and restaurants in San Diego participate in a community-wide competition titled Bar of the Year Challenge to raise money in just 30 days for a local charity. The campaign, launched in 2012, has raised more than $50,000 thus far.Bali Hai is the reigning 2014 and 2015 champion, having raised $11,500 this year to break their own record of $7,100 from 2014.
WHEN: Thursday, August 27, 2015 4pm to 7pm
CHECK PRESENTATION WILL TAKE PLACE AT 5pm.Media welcome for interviews and photo opportunities between the times of 4pm to 7pm
WHERE: Bali Hai Restaurant – 2230 Shelter Island Drive, San Diego CA 92106
WHY: Wounded Warrior Homes is a local 501c3 nonprofit organization who provides transitional housing and resources to post 9/11 combat veterans returning from battle with PTSD or Traumatic Brain Injury. They exist to help those who protect our freedom.