Giving is Great
As part of the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Giving Week, Mammoth Mountain Restaurants will show generosity to a local charitable organization. On November 30, dine out at The Lakefront Restaurant, 53 Kitchen & Cocktails, Sushi Rei, or Campo Mammoth and 10% of proceeds will be donated to the Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation
November 30, 2017
Located street-level in The Village, open for dinner service at 5PM. Learn More
53 Kitchen & Cocktails
Also located street-level in the Village and serving up craft cocktails and new-American eats. Open daily at 11AM. Learn More
The Lakefront Restaurant
Perched on the banks of Twin Lakes just a short drive up Lake Mary Road, The Lakefront is Mammoth's most intimate fine-dining experience. Open at 5:30PM. Learn More
Situated in the heart of The Village featuring rustic Italian fare, and open at 4:30PM. Learn More
About Spirit of Giving Week
Spirit of Giving Week officially kicks off on Friday, November 24 with the Town of Mammoth Lakes’ tree lighting ceremony at The Village at Mammoth and concludes on Friday, December 1 in the Footloose Sports parking lot with a bus stuffed with donations.
During the week, the community to donate toys at the Mammoth Fun Shop that will be forwarded to the Angel Giving Tree. The Fun Shop will offer a 30% discount on any toy purchased as a donation and 10% off any personal purchase after that.
Tuesday, November 28 is national Giving Tuesday, so we ask the community to give to a local charity to celebrate that day. See our list of local non-profits.
On Thursday, November 30, participating restaurants around town will be donating 10% of their receipts to local charities. See a list of restaurants participating in Restaurant Give-Back Day.
On Friday, December 1, volunteers from the Chamber and the Rotary Club will be stationed in the Footloose Sports parking lot from 12-6 pm to collect donations of toys, clothing and non-perishable food. All donations will be distributed to local charities including IMACA, the Giving Tree and Wild Iris.
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