Arlington’s family-owned-and-operated Indian restaurant Delhi Dhaba is donating a percentage of all its proceeds to Save Indian Farmers, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping farmers in India.
“According to India’s National Crime Records Bureau since 1994, a farmer commits suicide every 41 minutes,” cites the organization’s website.
One of its most recent initiatives is providing more than 1,400 families with one-month grocery kits. Other projects have focused on water conservation, sustainable agriculture, rural education, counseling and more. You can learn more about their efforts at SaveIndianFarmers.com.
Delhi Dhaba is committed to helping this organization, and each time you place an order, you’re helping, too.
A percentage of all orders for the month of March will be donated to Save Indian Farmers, but the family meal deal is always a great go-to. You get two orders of samosa, any two chicken entrees and one vegetarian entree, two orders of naan, and two orders of rice for just $40. Pair it with beer or wine to go, and you’ve got a cozy night in or the perfect picnic in the park.
Just place an order online, and pick it up at the Wilson Blvd restaurant or opt for delivery.
Delhi Dhaba has been an Arlington staple for more than 30 years, so let’s help them support this important cause.
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