Biscuitville’s “Breakfast After Dark” fundraiser raises money to benefit Siler City community organizations

Greensboro, NC – Biscuitville Fresh Southern® raised a record-breaking $34,000 in its annual fundraising event – “Breakfast After Dark”. The restaurant, which usually opens at 5 a.m. and closes at 2 p.m., reopened from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on October 12 . The $34,000 raised from 20% of sales that evening will benefit 611 participating community organizations in the Triad, Triangle, Fayetteville, and Virginia communities where Biscuitville operates.

“Biscuitville is grateful for the opportunity to support these organizations in an event as special as
Breakfast After Dark,” Biscuitville President and CEO Kathie Niven said. “We are thankful to be a part
of these communities and will always value & appreciate the importance of giving back.”

Here is the list of local organizations that benefited from sales at the Siler City Biscuitville:

Dirty South FastpitchJordan-Matthews High School Arts FoundationVirginia Cross ElementaryCommunity 1 SolutionsChatham LiteracyAlston Chapel ChurchChatham Central High SchoolBonleeSiler City Elementary PTAChatham Charter School

All Biscuitville restaurants in North Carolina and Virginia (excluding the Albemarle and Elon University
locations) participated in Breakfast After Dark. A list of local schools and charitable organizations that
will benefit from Breakfast After Dark at each restaurant can be found here.