Buy a Restaurant Gift Card, Help an L.A. Community in Need

In partnership with Wagstaff and Los Angeles, L.A.’s restaurant community is stepping up with One More Helping
Los Angeles magazine • Los Angeles Magazine • March 31, 2020
Buy gift cards from your local restaurants to give them some much-needed cash flow right now—and help them help a worthy cause while you’re at it. Los Angeles has partnered with Wagstaff Media & Marketing and a number of L.A. chefs to launch the...
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