NORWALK, Conn. -- Sedona Taphouse, a restaurant in the Waypointe district of Norwalk, made a donation of $1,765 to the Stepping Stones Museum for Children.
The contribution was raised through the restaurant’s "Steak Out for Charity" fundraiser program during the summer.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children was selected as the first recipient of the new restaurant’s fundraiser. The program allows a designated nonprofit institution to benefit from a portion of the sales of steaks sold at the restaurant during a four-week period.
“We work hard every day to create loyal customers and a strong reputation in the community. We reinforce customer loyalty by supporting our community through ongoing charity initiatives and contributions. We all live here and believe in making our community a better place and helping those in need,” said Ron Duckstein, CEO and owner of Sedona Taphouse, in a press release.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children is an award-winning, nonprofit museum committed to broadening and enriching the lives of children and families. It is at 303 West Ave., Norwalk.
Museum hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays and select holiday Mondays from Labor Day through Memorial Day. Admission is $15 for adults and children and $10 for seniors.
PHOTO CAPTION: From left: Stepping Stones Museum for Children Director of Strategic Initiatives William Jeffries and Cynthia Brandt, Development and Marketing Special Project Manager; Ron Duckstein, CEO and owner of Sedona Taphouse, Jeff Hardy, president and owner of Sedona Taphouse, Stepping Stones president and CEO Rhonda Kiest and Meg Robustelli, director of marketing.
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