Vancouver, Washington restaurants have banded together to raise funds for Oso landslide relief. Chef/Owner Willem Paul Klitsie of Willem’s on Main in downtown Vancouver announced today that “Dine Around Vancouver” to Support Oso Relief will be held on Wednesday, April 23rd. As a resident of and business owner in Washington state, Klitsie is committed to providing much-need financial support for Vancouver’s neighbors to the North who were affected by the Oso landslide. Klitsie invited the Vancouver restaurant community to join him in his effort and as a result, 10 restaurants are participating in “Dine Around Vancouver.”
Klitsie will donate 15 percent of sales from lunch and dinner served at Willem’s on Main on April 23rd to the American Red Cross. Specifically designated for the “Oso Landslide,” this percentage of sales on April 23rd from Willem’s and all of the participating restaurants will be donated to the Snohomish Chapter of the American Red Cross.
Just one day after the one month anniversary of the terrible tragedy in Oso, restaurants in the Vancouver community joined forces and are committed to supporting relief efforts in the aftermath of this horrific landslide.
On Wednesday, April 23rd, the following Vancouver restaurants will be donating a portion of their sales to the American Red Cross to help survivors of the landslide: