Giveaway: Dishcrawl Cleveland’s Neighborfood

Dishcrawl Cleveland's Menu of Non-Profits to Benefit at Neighborfood

Dishcrawl Cleveland’s “Menu” of Nonprofits Benefiting from Neighborfood

Cleveland is filled with so many incredible nonprofits that it can sometimes be difficult to choose how to give back to the community.

Not the worst problem to have, I know. But Neighborfood, a new event on June 22 from food tour company Dishcrawl Cleveland, wants to make it a little easier for us.

With a literal “menu” of local nonprofits to choose from, a portion of each ticket goes to community causes while showing off one of Northeast Ohio’s delicious neighborhoods.

From 2-5pm on June 22, discover tasty Tremont with stops at 8 of the neighborhood’s restaurants.  At the start of Neighborfood, you’ll get a map and are then free to walk around at your own pace to locations like Press Wine BarTreehouse and Prosperity Social Club.

Dishcrawl Cleveland Neighborfood - June 22, Tremont

Dishcrawl Cleveland’s Neighborfood – June 22, Tremont

Neighborfood is a celebration not just of food, but our community as well. $10 of each ticket goes to one of the following organizations of your choice:

  • Cleveland Foodbank
  • HandsOn NEO
  • MedWish
  • Merrick House
  • Morrison Dance
  • The Gathering Place
  • Tremont West Development Corporation

Tickets are only $40 in advance / $45 at the door. To designate which nonprofit you would like to benefit, enter that organization’s code found at

You also have the chance to win 2 tickets to Neighborfood Tremont!

Here’s how to enter: You can do one, some, or all five of the entries. A separate comment is needed for each entry.

5 Easy Ways to Enter the Giveaway
**You must leave a separate comment on this post for each entry**

1) Check out the list of Neighborfood nonprofits and leave a comment telling me which you would most like to support. (UPDATE: I realize picking just one of those awesome nonprofits is hard, so if you can’t decide, leave a comment with your favorite Tremont restaurant instead.)

2) Follow @dishcrawlclv and @ADHicken on Twitter and leave a comment on this post telling me you did.

3) If you’re a fan of Dishcrawl Cleveland and Clue Into Cleveland on Facebook, leave a comment on this blog post letting me know. If you’re not yet a fan, you can become one here and here.

4) Tweet the following and leave a comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to eat, drink and do good at @dishcrawlclv’s Neighborfood! Enter @ADHicken’s giveaway to win 2 tickets:

You can tweet once per day for additional entries. Just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

5) Subscribe to receive Clue Into Cleveland blog posts in your inbox or feed reader like Feedly and leave a comment letting me know you did. This can also include signing up to receive email notifications in the top-right “Subscribe” section of this page.

You have until Thursday, June 13 at 11:59PM to enter. On Friday, June 14, I will select a winner using and will announce the winner’s name on my blog. Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry – good luck!

Disclosure: I was invited to attend Neighborfood and give away 2 tickets on my blog. I am unable to attend because of a scheduling conflict. My opinions and the choice to post about this event are my own.

45 thoughts on “Giveaway: Dishcrawl Cleveland’s Neighborfood

  1. Sarah L

    I already support MedWish so I choose them!! Great cause and such a supply of donations in the form of hospital supplies if only we take the time.

  2. Elizabeth Jones

    I would most likely support Merrick House. I love that it has been serving the community for over 90 years, and that it offers youth and child services. In order for the community to remain strong we need to invest in our children and provide them with safe and positive places to grow.

  3. Erika

    I love trying new places to eat. I’m excited about following Clue Into Cleveland to learn about cool things into cleveland & I’m excited to follow Dishcrawl as there are so may good resturants in the area.

  4. Vanessa

    I’d choose to support the Cleveland Foodbank. I bring youth volunteers there on a regular basis and they always have a good experience. Plus, the Cleveland Foodbank makes it possible for local pantries and hot meal programs to provide food to those who need it right in our own backyards. This is an essential service filling a basic need – thank you Cleveland Foodbank!

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