Restaurant Fundraisers Return to Support Park District Fee Assistance Program

Restaurant Fundraisers Return to Support Park District Fee Assistance Program

On Tuesday, May 11, Lou Malnati’s will host a fundraiser at both the downtown Naperville location and the 95th Street restaurant to support Naperville Park District’s Fee Assistance Program. The Fee Assistance Program assists in covering the cost of recreation programs for individuals in financial need.

Lou Malnati’s will donate 20% of total sales to the Park District (20% based on pre-tax purchase, excluding alcohol) from every order received from Dine-In, Carryout or Delivery (within zone).  Customers must mention the Park District fundraiser at the time of ordering to secure the donation. For the 131 W. Jefferson St. location, fundraiser hours are from 11:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. For the 2879 W. 95th Street location, fundraiser hours are from 4:00-10:00 p.m. Details and additional information can be found on a flyer at

Two other fundraising events are planned so far for 2021: at Portillo’s on August 12 and at Lou Malnati’s on October 12.

“This is an opportunity to support our local restaurants and to boost the Park District’s Fee Assistance Program, which brings the benefits of recreation to those experiencing financial hardship,” said Sales and Sponsorship Manager Stacey Fontechia.


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