Nando’s PERi-PERi, the South African-Portuguese eatery known worldwide for its fiery fire barbecued chicken, is giving $11,020 to the Kenwood Institute Secondary School in Hyde Stop. The gift will help subsidize school visits for understudies at Kenwood Institute, reliably positioned as one of the best state funded schools in Chicago.
Nando’s raised the assets by giving 100 percent of opening-day deals this past Saturday at its most up to date area, at 1447 E. 53rd Road in Hyde Stop.
“About nine out of each 10 Kenwood Foundation graduates proceed to a four-year organization, and we are glad to help bolster this remarkable custom,” said Burton Heiss, President of Nando’s PERi-PERi. “It’s about being great neighbors, and Nando’s anticipates turning into a fundamental piece of the South Side.”
“We are so appreciative to have been gotten the returns of Nando’s Day 1! Our understudies were cheerful to be a piece of this astounding day. Not exclusively did they give their time for Kenwood Foundation and Nando’s, yet they additionally took in an important lesson in giving back to the group,” said Tom Frayne, Associate Chief of Kenwood Institute.
At the point when Nando’s moves to another area, it regularly bands together with an area association and gives all deals amid the eatery’s opening day. Altogether, Nando’s has raised more than $225,000 for neighborhood non-benefits and schools in the groups it serves.
In the Chicago territory, Nando’s has banded together with meriting non-benefits and schools including After School Matters, the Chicago Fire Establishment; Naperville Focal & Naperville North secondary schools; Niles North Secondary School; Oak Stop Waterway and Backwoods Secondary School; Hinsdale Focal Secondary School and the Eli M. Schulman Play area at Seneca Stop in Streeterville.
Nando’s initially moved to Chicago in spring 2015, and today works 11 eateries in and around Chicago.
ABOUT NANDO’S PERi-PERi
The primary Nando’s eatery opened its entryways in 1987 in Johannesburg, South Africa. From that point forward, the Nando’s fire has spread to 1,200 eateries in 23 nations on five mainlands. Nando’s is known worldwide for its succulent PERi-PERi chicken, marinated for 24 hours, fire flame broiled to flawlessness, and seasoned to the client’s favored flavor and zest. It’s similarly eminent for its fiery PERi-PERi, the 10,000 foot bean stew pepper that indigenous Africans acquainted with the Portuguese hundreds of years prior.
Nando’s PERi-PERi made its U.S. make a big appearance in 2008 with the opening of its first area in Washington, DC. Nando’s PERi-PERi now works three dozen eateries in and around Chicago, Washington and Baltimore. For more data, please visit www.nandosperiperi.com, take after @NandosUSA on Twitter or Like Us at Nando’s PERi-PERi USA on Facebook.