Dining to Donate Partnerships
This foundation provides ambulatory services for those in remote villages in Nepal that do not have regular access to health care. Christopher’s Fund is a charitable group that donates on behalf of Christopher Grimaud who passed away in an automobile accident. His championed accomplishment was providing these services to the Nepalese people. Christopher’s father Joseph is the organizer behind this event.
This foundation provides preventative services and counseling for victims of domestic and sexual violence. This foundation is one of St. Louis’s oldest and largest organizations that provide these services to the survivors of abuse.
EFA’s mission is to provide education on the prevention of HIV/AIDS and comprehensive support for those who are affected by the disease. This organization, started in a room above a bar and the basement of a church, has been going for 25 years strong. Their efforts in the HIV/AIDS community have had a direct positive impact on many people’s lives for many years.
This is a Webster Groves School District annual fundraiser. Proceeds from this event go to the WGSD Foundation that awards grants, raises funds, and builds support for schools. The money raised directly impacts the teaching, services, and curriculum for students in Webster Groves.
Luke-a-polooza founder Mike C. Price’s son Luke is afflicted with Cystic Fibrosis. Mike is a very significant figure in the St. Louis Cystic Fibrosis community. Mike holds an annual charitable function at Llywelyn’s Pub to help raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. This foundation is one of the more direct charities in the sense that each dollar raised goes directly to medical research and advancement to make significant impacts on those afflicted with the disease. Some money is used to help develop access and patents for new medications that can immediately improve the quality of life for Cystic Fibrosis victims. Other uses include services that provide lung transplants from organ donors to help improve and prolong the lives of those who have CF. This is a closely knit group that fights tenaciously for a cure.
Canterbury Enterprises Inc. provides meaningful work for people with disabilities in an accepting and nurturing atmosphere in which they are contributing members of society. Each employee is paid for their services while they learn life skills that help them to become more independent and self sufficient. This program is, uniquely, a business and a charitable organization.
Other Partnerships (Just to Name a Few)
Lafayette High School Renaissance Program
Llywelyn’s Pub awarded a gift card to one student from each grade level and one extra wild card from the school. The gift cards were awarded monthly for academic achievements. Llywelyn’s Pub is happy to have a positive impact on the community out in Wildwood by reinforcing great efforts in academics.
Llywelyn’s has partnered with Food Outreach twice this year. Food collection barrels were set up during the holidays for donations to be collected to help collect food to enhance the quality of life of men, women, and children in the area living with HIV/AIDS or Cancer. We also sent over a huge surplus of plates and other kitchen/dining necessities to help spread the possibility of meals being served. This organization directly feeds and helps very sick people, we are proud to be of assistance to them.
Llywelyn’s Bombers Baseball Organization
The Winghaven and O’Fallon area has a baseball club of 5 teams that is sponsored by Llywelyn’s Pub. The club motto is “Play Hard Have Fun”. This coincides with our mission statement: Llywelyn’s Pub is not just a bar or restaurant, but part of the community. These boys play with the right attitude and always abide by the #1 rule, have fun!
David L. Gale Golf Tournament: Fighting Colon Cancer
This year was the eighth annual golf tournament in honor of David L. Gale, who lost a battle w/ colon cancer almost 14 years ago. They have partnered with Barnes Jewish Hospital and Washington University to raise money for an endowment that created specifically to fund hereditary colorectal cancer research. To date they have raised $30,000 for Barnes/Wash U. and have raised an additional $40,000 in our first five years that helped support several other colon cancer related charities.
Llywelyn’s Fund Raising/Contributions Guide
Llywelyn’s Pub is proud to support the communities in which we operate. We have designed several programs to be involved in the community and to help support not-for-profit organizations.
Option 1: Dining to Donate Night
- The Llywelyn’s Dining to Donate Program is a fundraising night where Llywelyn’s Pub “gives back” to not-for-profit organizations.
- Not-for-profit organizations must be located in the St. Louis or St. Charles area and have a valid tax ID number.
- The fundraising event takes place at a Llywelyn’s Pub location on a specified date (Monday-Wednesday) and time frame (4 hours max).
- The benefiting organization will promote the Dining to Donate Night to community members.
- The organization will receive a % of the sales (excluding tax and gratuity) from the organization’s event
- Application must be submitted to Community Relations Director a minimum of five weeks in advance of requested Dining to Donate Night Event. Due to limited availability, schedule as far in advance as possible.
- Llywelyn’s Pub allows one Dining to Donate event per location, per month as an absolute maximum.
Option 2: Gift Card/Product Donation Requests
Please inquire by sending a letter to Llyweln's Pub17 West Moody Ave. Webster Groves, MO 63119
*Please note that we get an extremely high number of requests and we may not get back to everyone who requests a donation