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Raphael House Wants You to Dine Out on Wednesday

More than 30 Portland restaurants are donating a percentage of their night's sales to the domestic violence shelter.

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Wednesdays tend to be slow nights in the restaurant industry, but Raphael House, the county's largest domestic violence shelter, is hoping food lovers will change things up  tomorrow and come out in droves. That's because on Wednesday, May 20, more than 30 restaurants in Portland, Lake Oswego and Happy Valley have pledged to donate 10% to 25% of their proceeds to help the agency provide food, clothing, and shelter for the women and children who seek its help.

It's the 6th annual Restaurants for Raphael House fundraiser, and there are more participants than ever, including returning supporters like Dove Vivi, Mother's Bistro, The Country Cat, Pacific Pie Co., and Por Que No, plus newcomers like Taqueria Nueve, The Alameda Café, and TILT.  For the complete list of participating restaurants, check out the Raphael House website or the event's Facebook page.

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