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Help the homeless — eat out


Help the struggle against homelessness on the Northwest Side by eating a homeless dinner. No, we don’t mean dumpster diving, but a meal that doesn’t have a fixed home. Instead, diners will move from place to place.

The three-part progressive dinner in the Six Corners neighborhood supports Hands to Help Ministries’ fight against local homelessness. The evening begins at 6 or 7 p.m. Thursday, July 23, with soup and salad at the Bosnian-American Meisa Cafe, moves on for quesadillas and burritos at Artemio’s Mexican restaurant and finishes with Colombian-style steak with yucca and dessert at Las Tablas.

Hands to Help works to find housing for homeless people and aids those in danger of becoming homeless in Portage Park and Old Irving Park.

Tickets are $40 if purchased by July 20, or $50 at the door, and include soft drinks. Buy tickets online or call (773) 685-8693.