No Frill Bar and Grill in Virginia Beach, VA, partners with ORPHANetwork for #GivingTuesday.

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A percentage of restaurant sales on Tuesday, November 29, 2017 will help provide #HopeFor250 vulnerable children in Nicaragua.

No Frill Bar and Grill in Virginia Beach has generously partnered with ORPHANetwork to help provide #HopeFor250 on Tuesday, November 29th

No Frill Grill is joining ORPHANetwork’s #HopeFor250 campaign on #GivingTuesday, a global giving movement driven by individuals, families, organizations, businesses and communities in all 50 states and in countries around the world. #GivingTuesday — happening this year on November 29th — is the biggest giving day of the year worldwide. It follows Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday.

#HopeFor250’s goal is to provide Hope and a Future through care and nourishment for 250 vulnerable children living in the least food secure regions of Nicaragua. The Matagalpa/Jinotega regions are mountainous, rural regions of Nicaragua. Jobs are hard to find; education is limited; food sources are not reliable. ORPHANetwork is working through the Local Nicaraguan Church to bring Hope and change to this region.

This year, No Frill Bar and Grill, located at 1620 Laskin Road in Virginia Beach, has generously partnered with ORPHANetwork to help provide #HopeFor250 children in Nicaragua. Hampton Roads residents are encouraged to dine for lunch or dinner at the Virginia Beach location, a popular “local’s favorite” which notoriously serves “Great, Big Food” at great prices, on Tuesday November 29th.

ORPHANetwork has partnered with businesses, families, friends, and individuals across the country who want to impact a child’s to support #HopeFor250 — with a goal of raising $50,000 by November 29th. No Frill is the first Virginia Beach restaurant #GivingTuesday partnership in the city where ORPHANetwork is headquartered.

About ORPHANetwork
ORPHANetwork currently partners with 240 Local Church Initiatives in Nicaragua to supply daily holistic care to over 22,000 vulnerable children in the form of nutritional food, basic medical and dental care, clean water, hygiene training, and spiritual development.

Additionally, ORPHANetwork cares for 367 orphaned and abandoned children through their partnerships with six orphanage homes across Nicaragua. For more information, visit ORPHANetwork’s website ( or the #HopeFor250 site (

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