Dine Out in September and Help End Childhood Hunger


More than 16 million American children face hunger. This September, we are joining thousands of restaurants nationwide to support Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign by raising funds in our Jackson Hole and Park City restaurants.

During the week of September 22-28 we will donate 1% of sales to the No Kid Hungry® campaign. Participating restaurants include all five Jackson Hole properties – Rendezvous Bistro, Bin22, The Kitchen, Q Roadhouse & Brewing Co., Il Villaggio Osteria – as well as Park City’s Silver. 

“Supporting and empowering our children, the future of our country, is of great importance to us; however, as individuals, we realize we may not feel like we can make a large impact on combatting child hunger. As a community of restaurants, chefs, neighbors, friends and family, together we can,” Fine Dining Restaurant Group Co-Owner Gavin Fine shared. “By uniting with No Kid Hungry we are joining a network of individuals who share this same commitment, bringing the movement to our own communities and allowing our peers to join us in this important fundraising effort. We hope the Jackson Hole and Park City communities will stand beside us in this effort,” he continued.

Funds raised through the No Kid Hungry® campaign are used to raise awareness about child hunger in the U.S., create public-private partnerships that align kids with the resources they need, support nutrition programs like School Breakfast and Summer Meals, and educate kids and their families on how to cook healthy meals with limited resources.


No child should grow up hungry in America, but one in five children struggles with hunger. Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign is ending childhood hunger in America by ensuring all children get the healthy food they need, every day. The No Kid Hungry campaign connects kids in need to effective nutrition programs like school breakfast and summer meals and teaches low-income families to cook healthy, affordable meals through Cooking Matters.  This work is accomplished through the No Kid Hungry network, made up of private citizens, public officials, nonprofits, business leaders and others providing innovative hunger solutions in their communities. Join us at NoKidHungry.org.


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