Texas Roadhouse Hosts Fundraiser for Mountain Hope

TXRHNightSEVIERVILLE — Wouldn’t it be wonderful to donate money to a good cause while eating a luscious steak or tasty ribs?

Diners at the Texas Roadhouse in Governor’s Crossing will do just that on Sept. 20. The restaurant is offering a Dine to Donate night that will benefit the non-profit Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic.

Ten percent of eligible restaurant sales between 5 and 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 20 will go as a donation to Mountain Hope. For their meal to be eligible, guests must present a Dine to Donate flyer to their server while ordering. Flyers are available and can be printed off at Mountain Hope’s web site,, or at the Clinic’s Facebook page. They are also available at the front desk of the Clinic at 312 Prince Street in Sevierville.

The Clinic provides quality medical and dental care at reasonable cost to Sevier County residents and employees who have no health insurance. “We are delighted that the Texas Roadhouse is supporting our efforts with this special evening,” said Clinic Fund Development Director Ashley Burnette. “Because we don’t charge our patients the full amount of what it costs us to treat them, we rely on businesses to help us bridge the gap. We applaud Texas Roadhouse’s community spirit.”

The Clinic has been serving the county’s uninsured since 1999, and currently has more than 21,000 people on its active roll.

Click here to download and print the flyer you’ll need to support Mountain Hope when you dine at Texas Roadhouse on Sept. 20: Fundraiser Flyer

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