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Dine Out Against Domestic Violence

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Dine Out Against Domestic Violence

Wednesday, October 24Flyer for Dine Out Against Domestic Violence. Restaurant images + details within post

In need of a night off of cooking? Or just want to spend some time with your friends and family? Grab your crew and head to one of three participating restaurants supporting YWCA Greater Lafayette’s Purple Purse Challenge campaign on October 24 through our Dine Out Against Domestic Violence event.

Arni’s Market Square, Red Seven Bar & Grill, and Nine Irish Brothers (East & West locations) will all be donating a portion of sales on October 24 to benefit YWCA’s Purple Purse Challenge.

The Purple Purse Challenge is a month long campaign to raise awareness of the prevalence of financial abuse as it relates to domestic violence. All proceeds from Dine Out Against Domestic Violence and the Purple Purse Challenge will benefit YWCA Domestic Violence Intervention & Prevention Programs.

With options for family friendly, take out, lunch or dinner, there’s no reason not to support your YWCA. Here’s everything you need to know:

Arni’s Market Square

2200 Elmwood Ave.
Lafayette, IN 47904

Head to Arni’s Market Square between 5 – 9 pm on October 24, and show this yellow Arni’s flyer and Arni’s will donate 20% of your bill to YWCA Greater Lafayette.

Red Seven Bar & Grill

200 Main Street
Lafayette, IN

Open from 11 am  – 10 pm, Red Seven will be donating 20% of total sales all day to YWCA Greater Lafayette. No flyer is required for your meal to benefit. Head over for lunch, dinner, appetizers, drinks or all of the above!

Nine Irish Brothers


3520 St. Rd. 38 E

Lafayette IN 47905


119 Howard Avenue

West Lafayette IN 47906

Open from 11 am – 9 pm, Nine Irish Brothers will be donating 5% of total sales (from both East & West locations) to YWCA Greater Lafayette. Whichever side of town you frequent, there is a location close to you to support Dine Out Against Domestic Violence and the YWCA.

If you have any questions, please call the YWCA at 765-742-0075.