House of Flavors Restaurants raising funds for The Boot program.

November 25, 2016
Barry Neal of House of Flavors

Barry Neal of House of Flavors

House of Flavors Restaurants raising funds for The Boot program. 


LUDINGTON — House of Flavors Restaurants is launching its Helping Hands Program to help pay off the remaining balance of The Boot school door safety devices, beginning Dec. 5 through April 3, 2017. 

“I look forward to working House of Flavors and its Helping Hands Program as we strive to keep our communities children safe,” said Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole. “Once again, House of Flavors has stepped to the plate and hit a home run with its commitment to putting the community first and I’m honored to join with them in this endeavor. Our community’s children are our most precious resource and I’m honored in joining with House of Flavors in seeing they are protected and their smiles preserved for the next generation.”

Ludington House of Flavors will benefit The Boot program starting the first Monday of each month through April 3, 2017.

The Helping Hands Program is available for other non-profit organizations. Here’s how it works:

  1. Contact Laura Van Hammen at to express interest. 
  2. Market your event to your database of volunteers, supporters, sponsors and more – inviting them to eat at House of Flavors that night.  Your organization will receive 20% of all food and ice cream sales between 5 p.m. to close on the evening of your event.
  3. Put together a team of two to three volunteers to be your advocates at House of Flavors the evening of your event.  You’ll be working with the House of Flavors team in greeting, seating, clearing tables – but primarily talking to our customers about your non-profit, its purpose, its needs and what we can do to help.
  4. Receive your check in the mail.  A successful event can raise $200 – $500.


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