Tickets are $5 per person, regardless of age, for all-you-can eat biscuits, gravy, sausage, and a beverage. Tickets for the event can purchased at Smalley’s Shoe Repair, from any Westside Ruritan member, or at the door.
The Westside Ruritan Club is a longtime sponsor of The Caring Place and originally approached the charity with the idea for the breakfast as a way to help fund work for the poor. The Ruritan Club assumed all expenses, so every penny spent on tickets goes straight to The Caring Place and into desperate hands in the community.
The Caring Place is a nonprofit organization based in Cleveland which focuses on meeting the basic needs of the local poor and disadvantaged. In 2011 alone, The Caring Place assisted 3,349 different households, provided 172 tons of food and helped 188 homeless households through the hands of more than 130 of its active volunteers.
For more information, please contact Reba Terry at 423-472-4414 or email@example.com.