Greenwich Avenue restaurants support local human service needs

Eastend, Mediterraneo of Greenwich and Terra Restaurant hosted a Week of Caring from May 1-7 to support community investments at Greenwich United Way. A portion of the proceeds from guests dining benefited critical human service needs in the community.

Greenwich United Way CEO, David Rabin recently visited Adam Zakka of Z Hospitality Group at Eastend to personally thank the restaurateur for partnering with the nonprofit during the annual Week of Caring event. Z Hospitality has hosted the fundraising promotion in Greenwich since 2006 and has raised more than $20,000 for Community Investments at Greenwich United Way.  

Rabin stated, “The deadline to reach our Annual Campaign goal is June 30 and it’s important that we acknowledge Z Hospitality for bringing us one-step-closer to reaching our goal. A portion of proceeds from patrons dining at Terra, Mediterraneo or Eastend during the first week of May will help Greenwich United Way ensure that critical human service needs are met and agencies we know need support continue to receive funding. Thank you to all who participated this year, those who missed the event can still support by making a donation to Greenwich United Way before our deadline.”  

About Greenwich United Way

The Greenwich United Way shares a name with approximately 1,400 other similar organizations across the nation, although the Greenwich, Connecticut division is a privately incorporated, locally governed, nonprofit agency. As a volunteer driven organization, the Greenwich United Way exists to help identify and address the human service needs specific to its local community and to create and affect meaningful solutions. Through various fundraising efforts, the organization is able to directly allocate the funds necessary to accomplish this goal. The Greenwich United Way also invests in and conducts collaborative efforts to address broad based community needs with partnering nonprofit agencies.

About Z Hospitality

With the arrival of Terra in 1991, Z Hospitality Group established itself as a tour de force on the Greenwich, Connecticut, restaurant scene by offering diners a sophisticated, yet affordable, bistro experience. Years later, Z Hospitality Group has grown to include four additional restaurants: Mediterraneo in Greenwich, Solé in New Canaan, Acqua in Westport, and Aurora in Rye, New York—all of which continue to introduce sophisticated Mediterranean and Northern Italian cuisine to enthusiastic audiences.

Greenwich United Way CEO, David Rabin and Adam Zakka of Z Hospitality Group.

Greenwich United Way CEO, David Rabin and Adam Zakka of Z Hospitality Group.

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