Two popular restaurants in downtown Greenwich, Terra & Mediterraneo, will show their support for Greenwich United Way by hosting a “Week of Caring.”
Terra & Mediterraneo will donate proceeds from people dining from April 27 to May 3 to benefit United Way, a non-profit charity.
Ramze Zakka, owner of both Terra and Mediterraneo, has hosted this “Week of Caring” since 2006, and has raised $18,000 for the Greenwich United Way through this event in
support of its mission.
Executive Chef Marceio Carvalho prepares wood fired pizzas, pastas, meats, poultry, and some of the freshest seafood dishes in Fairfield County at these restaurants.
To ensure that your family and friends have a wonderful time at one of these restaurants during the “Week of Caring,” please call ahead for a reservation.
- Terra is located at 156 Greenwich Avenue. Reservations: (203) 629-5222
- Mediterraneo is at 366 Greenwich Avenue. Reservations: (203) 629-4747
Greenwich United Way is celebrating over 80 years of leadership and impact in the Greenwich community. It is the recognized leader in town at identifying and meeting the human service needs of our community.
Each year, more then 550 United Way volunteers research local needs, coordinate the delivery of services, and raise funds in an annual campaign to help provide crucial local programs and services for our most vulnerable residents. In addition, the strategic planning efforts of the Greenwich United Way have given rise to many of our community’s most recognizable agencies.
The United Way’s Annual Campaign is the largest non-government source of funding for human service programs in Greenwich.
For more information about the United Way of Greenwich or these events, call (203) 869-2221