Butte County -- The event is called "One Night Charity" and will be held this Wednesday, August 22.
It was started 7 years ago by Grayson Lobosky, now the Bar Manager at La Salles.
"The first time we did this, almost 7 years ago, we raised nearly $15,000. 100% of those proceeds went directly to the victims of the massive Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami that devastated Japan," said Lobosky.
Here's the break-down of who is doing what:
Servers Donating Tips:
Restaurants Giving a Sales Percentages:
The owner of the Banshee is donating $1000, and to top it all of, dozens of restaurants in Sacramento, San Francisco, even in Brooklyn are taking part in the effort.
Lobosky will collect and manage the funds raised and deliver it all to the relief fund of Shasta Regional Community Foundation.
For a link of restaurants and bars participating, click here.
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