Los Angeles – In celebration of Thanksgiving, 400 homeless people from PATH’s programs will be special guests for a holiday meal at the Pink Taco Restaurant in Century City. The restaurant’s staff has volunteered their time and energy to provide Thanksgiving dinner to homeless individuals and families who may not have anywhere else to go for the holidays. This marks the second year that Pink Taco has hosted PATH’s Thanksgiving at their restaurant.
Global Transportation Services (GTS) is generously providing eight buses to shuttle residents to and from Pink Taco. GTS staff will also volunteer to help serve the meal.
“Pink Taco has always been committed to being a positive force in our communities and PATH is exactly the type of local organization that we aim to support,” said Harry Morton, CEO of Pink Taco. “We believe in PATH and what they are doing for the people in our community and we are extremely proud to support their cause.”
“Being able to celebrate Thanksgiving helps bring renewed hope to people who are suffering at this time of year,” said Joel John Roberts, CEO of PATH. “All of us at PATH are very excited to continue our partnership with Pink Taco this year as we transition into the holiday season.”
The event will take place on Thursday, November 25, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at:
Westfield Century City Mall
10250 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Known for its popular Mexican food and for offering a dining experience beyond the ordinary, Pink Taco is reconfirming its legacy of sharing with others and “giving back” to the communities of which it is a part.
Founded in 1984, PATH is a non-profit community organization providing a full range of housing and support services for homeless families and adults. Each year, PATH assists more than 4,000 men, women and children from throughout Southern California. For more information, visit www.epath.org.