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Dine Out for Safety on April 19, 2017

“Someone is affected by sexual violence every 2.5 minutes.
Help us help those in need.

Join us at a participating restaurant for Dine Out for Safety and up to 20% of proceeds will be donated to support Against Sexual Assault (SACASA), operated by CODAC. SACASA works tirelessly to end sexual assault and respond to the needs of those who are affected by violence. We rely heavily on individual and corporate contributions to maintain the quality and efficiency of our programs. Show your support for our work by joining us for Dine Out for Safety!”

Click on link below to find a restaurant (updated daily):


Last Spring my son and I ate lunch at La Cocina and held up a sign for the person we were dining out for,  a friend and  known victim of sexual assault.  She had also volunteered at SACASA.

SACASA’s FB page: https://www.facebook.com/DineOutForSafety/

Dine Out for Safety 2016


List of participating restaurants (breakfast,  lunch or dinner):

http://www.sacasa.org/home/dine-out-for-safety/participating-restaurants/.  Please dine out to support efforts by SACASA, the Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assualt.


Dine Out for Safety


Dine Out for Safety is a community outreach and fundraising event for Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault (SACASA). Dine Out for Safety unites local restaurants, businesses, organizations and individuals in a unique and fun community-wide experience. On April 22, 2015 participating restaurants will generously donate up to 20% of their dinner proceeds to support the mission of ending violence in our community. Local businesses will be donating prizes for a raffle to benefit the organization. Raffle tickets will be available for sale at participating restaurants. Meet your friends and family at a participating restaurant and a portion of your bill will be donated back to our programs to provide critical crisis support services and long term mental health services for children, individuals, and families affected by family violence, abuse and sexual assault. SACASA works tirelessly to end interpersonal and family violence and prevent child abuse. We rely heavily on individual and corporate contributions to maintain the quality and efficiency of our programs to help make our Southern Arizona communities safer, healthier places to live.

List of restaurants participating in Tucson: http://www.dineoutforsafety.org/tucson, includes popular places such as  Delectables, Feast, Mama’s Hawaiian BBQ (4 locations),  The Coronet, Cafe 54, Bob Dobb’s, Reilly Craft Pizza.

Dine out to join the fight against sexual assault.  And check out the movie “The Hunting Ground” about rape culture & sexual assault coming to the Loft Cinema on Friday, April 24.