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A Fresh Approach To The Fight Against Childrens Cancer

The Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children’s Cancer and FreshWorks California Grill in Valencia have teamed up for a delicious fundraising event on Friday, March 4th. 

Manager Dinos Vlahopoulos will donate 20% percent of sales for the entire day, from 10:30 am-9:00 pm, which will benefit cancer research and support to families with cancer in the Santa Clarita Valley.  “We are pleased to be working once again with FreshWorks,” said Andy Gallardo, Executive Director of the Michael Hoefflin Foundation.  “We are very grateful for this opportunity and for the support of this community.  We are looking forward to another great day at this great restaurant.”   


           FreshWorks offers signature dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  From the Super Breakfast Burrito and the huge Frisco Burger, to the Char-Grilled Chicken Salad, there are more than enough dishes to suit your tastes.  A special vegetarian menu offers some great choices, like their infamous Garden Burger Deluxe.  Don’t forget the fries or onion rings with that!


For more information, please contact the Foundation at 661-250-4100 or FreshWorks California Grill at 661-291-1600.


Founded in 1995, the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children’s Cancer is a non-profit foundation, dedicated solely to the fight against children’s cancer through research grant allocations and through children and family support services.  The office is located in Santa Clarita, California.           

A Fresh Approach To The Fight Against Childrens Cancer

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