During April, the Wasatch Brew Pub, along with their sister pub Squatters, will be taking “Sweet Revenge on Hunger”. Every time that guests order a “Guilt Free” dessert (the famous Black and Tan Brownie) this month at a special price of $5, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Utahans Against Hunger. “Last year’s promotion raised over $11,000,” says James Soares, Director of Environmental and Social Responsibility for Squatters and Wasatch, “and the restaurants are gearing up to raise even more money in 2014.  With the help of Nicholas and Company, who has generously agreed to donate all of the ingredients to make the desserts, we’re hoping that we can increase the amount of our donation this year.”

Utahans Against Hunger is a local organization that works to ensure that nutrition programs are serving the people who need them most.  In addition, they work with farmers markets to take food stamps so that low-income families can have access to healthier foods.

The donations raised by Squatters and Wasatch will be shared with Hildegard’s Food Pantry in Salt Lake – an organization that is a great resource for families struggling to feed children – and the Christian Center of Park City – an interdenominational, community-focused center that operates the largest food pantry in Summit and Wasatch Counties.