Local Restaurant Gives Back to Community
Chuy’s, a Mexican restaurant that opened its doors in Tyler on May 17, presented a check for more than $6,300 to The Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County yesterday.
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County is a non-profit organization that provides essential evidence-based services directly to child abuse victims and their families. The Children’s Advocacy Center helps children who are, or have been, victims of physical and sexual abuse. Chuy’s General Manager Dayne Kelley presented the check to CAC Executive Director Carol Langston.
“The Children’s Advocacy Center is the voice and support system for so many Tyler children in need,” said Kelley. “I am so glad that Chuy’s is able to contribute to such a worthy cause in our community, and I am excited to see this relationship continue to grow.”
The Children’s Advocacy of Smith Country is where the smallest voice can be heard and the children can find help to begin healing. For more information, visit www.cacsmithcounty.org.
Good Job Chuy’s!