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Brooklyn’s famous Do or Dine Restaurant’s one act of kindness multiplies to feed many families this holiday season

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Contact: Regina Ginyard
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do_or_dine(Brooklyn, New York – November, 2014) Justin Warner, Co-owner of Bed-Stuy’s famous Do or Dine restaurant competed on the Food Network’s ‘Cutthroat Kitchen Superstars’ and generously donated his winnings to Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (BSCAH). BSCAH is a local charitable organization that operates the largest emergency feeding program in the entire city and provides an array of wrap-around services to families in need.

Justin has become one of BSCAH’s biggest ambassadors by regularly tweeting about BSCAH to his more than 25,000 followers. His advocacy has increased awareness of BSCAH’s work and impact and inspired many new friends and donors. “Bed-Stuy is my home. I love the community, the food, the culture, the music – everything that makes Bed-Stuy a very special place. The show afforded me the opportunity to highlight an amazing charity organization that is doing extraordinary work in my community.”

For his dedication and kindness, BSCAH is honoring Justin with the very first ‘Harvest Hero of the Year’ award at the organization’s ” Be a Hero and Fight Hunger’ holiday fundraiser on November 18 in Brooklyn.

“Chefs and restaurateurs work diligently to nourish people every day. Justin’s selfless act helps us to not only feed and nourish needy families, but also to provide valuable resources to assist individuals living in poverty,” says Dr. Melony Samuels, Founder and Executive Director of Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger.

Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (BSCAH)
Bed-Stuy Campaign Against Hunger (BSCAH) is a full service human services Community Based Organization headquartered in Brooklyn, NY. All programs and efforts are open to all people of New York City and clients come from over 150 of New York’s 175 zip codes. Their flagship SuperPantry is the largest emergency feeding program in NYC which serves nearly three million meals each year. Additionally, BSCAH operates four urban farms – three farms in central Brooklyn and one farm in Far Rockaway, Queens. More than half of BSCAH’s organic produce grown is distributed throughout their emergency food programs, fifteen local pantries and senior centers. Visit our

BSCAH Harvest Heroes Holiday PartyDate: Tuesday, November 18, 2014Time: 6:30pm – 8:30pm
iCi Restaurant – 246 DeKalb Avenue. Brooklyn, New York 11205