Tag: Venture Philanthropy
Hattie’s Restaurant offers ‘Miss Hattie’s Homework Hour’ to teen workers
NEWS 10– If you have ever worked a job while in school, you know how hard it can be to balance work and education.
Hattie’s new Albany location part of unique nonprofit effort
TIMES UNION – Business for Good sparked excitement in Albany with a sign in the window of the former Lombardo's Restaurant announcing Hattie's Chicken Shack, another iconic brand, is moving into the building, but it is only one of many moves the new philanthropic foundation has made in the last 10 months.
Foundation throwing Voorheesville party, seeking restaurant input
TIMES UNION – The Business for Good foundation is throwing a party for villagers on Saturday, Oct. 30, and is seeking input on what type of restaurant the community would like to see in a vacant former Stewart's store that the foundation bought earlier this year.
Businesses beating the odds, expanding despite pandemic
CAPITAL REGION, NY (WRGB) — From furniture.. to food. Two unrelated businesses betting on themselves to successfully bring their product to new locations.
Hattie’s fried chicken coming to Albany’s South End
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Hattie’s Restaurant, a popular fried chicken joint in Saratoga, is opening a location in Albany. The restaurant will open in the old Lombardo’s Restaurant space that’s been empty since 2018.
Hattie’s Restaurant to Open Fourth Location in Downtown Albany
CAPITAL REGION LIVING – Get ready for some breaking news from the Capital Region’s fried chicken scene: Hattie’s Restaurant, Saratoga’s longtime comfort food HQ, will be opening a new location in the former Lombardo’s Restaurant on Madison Avenue in Downtown Albany.
Business for Good: Local Entrepreneurs Present a Model for Philanthropy
SARATOGA TODAY — It is a place where local businesses thrive and share their prosperity with the community. It is where full-time employees receive free healthcare benefits and competitive salaries, and where entrepreneurs are provided tools to help them succeed and flourish.
Business for Good helping local restaurants
NEWS10 — Hattie’s in Saratoga has been a staple in the community for over 80 years. After surviving the pandemic, the restaurant is now partnering with a new foundation called Business for Good.
Foundation poised to buy Hattie’s
TIMES UNION – Entrepreneurs Lisa and Ed Mitzen and their new foundation, Business For Good, are closing in on a deal to purchase Hattie’s Restaurant in Saratoga Springs and Hattie’s Chicken Shack in Wilton from Beth and Jasper Alexander.