Wild Goose Tavern donates $5,459 to Red Cross
So many were affected by the tornado that tore apart Oklahoma and Texas last week. Fortunately there are some wonderful causes set up to help those in need. Wild Goose Tavern in Costa Mesa is one of them.
This past Friday they made a donation today of nearly $5,500 to the American Red Cross tornado relief efforts in support of those whose lives were touched by the devastation.
“We can’t thank our guests enough for the incredible support,” said Wild Goose co-owner Mario Marovic. “As soon as we heard the news, we wanted to find a way to support those in need and making a donation to the Red Cross was an obvious choice. It warms our hearts to see how much the community cares and we’re thrilled to make even the smallest difference.”
Red Cross representative Dave Martinson joined Marovic, co-owner Andrew Gabriel, and general manager Dan Noon at Wild Goose where a check for $5,459 was presented, earmarked specifically toward tornado relief efforts.
Those who were unable to join in the fundraiser on Tuesday are invited to text REDCROSS to 90999 to make a secure $10 donation through their wireless carrier, or visit www.redcross.org to learn how they can help in the tornado relief effort.