Support Kids in Crisis with a "Pay-what-you-can” benefit night at b.good in Greenwich on Thursday, January 28

Dine out in a healthy way to help benefit an excellent local cause! Greenwich Avenue restaurant will donate all guest contributions to Cos Cob-based children’s shelter.

New healthy fast food restaurant, b.good, is offering a  "pay-what-you-can" benefit night for Kids in Crisis on Thursday, January 28, 2015, where food will be available for free when a donation of any amount is made to Kids in Crisis. The Cos Cob children’s shelter recently announced a cut in $750,000 of funding from the State of Connecticut.

Guests of the benefit night will enjoy b.good’s fresh, locally sourced food in a casual, family friendly setting, games for kids and live entertainment.

The benefit night will take place at 342 Greenwich Avenue from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m.

b.good believes that businesses should help make the communities they are in better, and this means partnering with local leaders doing great work to support those in need. b.good is proud to support Kids in Crisis as the agency looks to fill the $750,000 budget gap created by recent statewide funding cuts and continue to provide critical services to infants, children, and teens in Fairfield County.

Founded in 2004 and established in Greenwich in Fall 2015, b.good is a Boston-based fast casual restaurant chain that focuses of fresh, farm-to-table burgers, kale and grain bowls, salads, and smoothies. For the past 12 years, b.good has been dedicated to redefining fast food by providing wholesome, real food made by people, not factories.

Kids in Crisis ( is Connecticut’s only free, round-the-clock agency providing emergency shelter, crisis counseling and community educational programs for children of all ages and families dealing with a wide range of crises – domestic violence, mental health and family problems, substance abuse, economic difficulties and more. Since its founding in 1978, Kids in Crisis has helped more than 132,000 Connecticut children and families; last year, 6,184 children and families received assistance from the organization.

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