Drink beer and support Harvey victims this Thursday - Generocity Philly


Aug. 30, 2017 7:15 pm

Drink beer and support Harvey victims this Thursday

FCM Hospitality, the company behind Morgan's Pier and Parks on Tap, is donating revenue from the six locations it manages to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund for one day.

Parks on Tap in Clark Park.

(Photo via facebook.com/parksontap)

Editor's note: This story has been updated with more details. (8/31, 9:33 a.m.)
Philly is great at rallying for other cities in times of crisis.

Local hospitality and entertainment company FCM Hospitality is contributing all revenue from the six locations it manages on Thursday, Aug. 31, to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, founded by Houston’s mayor and administered by the Greater Houston Community Foundation (and helpfully identified by The New York Times as not a scam).

According to a release, the company will donate at least $50,000, though it hopes to exceed that amount.

“From one U.S. city to another, it is important that Philadelphia shows its support for Houston and this is a great way for the community to do that,” the statement reads.

Participating establishments:

  • Morgan’s Pier
  • Parks on Tap at Cliveden Park
  • Parks on Tap at Clark Park
  • Culture on Tap (City Hall courtyard)
  • Dolphin Tavern
  • William Street Common

Billy Penn has a longer list of restaurants participating in chef Eli Kulp’s #Chefs4Houston campaign here.


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