Restaurants hold fundraisers for Danielle Wright - KLFY News 10

Restaurants hold fundraisers for Danielle Wright

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The parents of Danielle Wright, the 19-year-old Lafayette woman missing aboard a century old schooner off the coast of New Zealand, have gained the support of two local restaurants. Both businesses will be donating a portion of their profits to the "Bringing Home the Nina" search fund.

One of the two restaurants hosting fundraisers for the search efforts for the Nina and crew is Deano's Pizza. Deano's on Bertrand and Kaliste Saloom will be taking part in the event tonight.

Raising Canes is another business that has grown interest in bringing home the Nina and crew. They are joining the fight to raise money to continue the search and reunite the Wright family. This event will be August 28th and Raising Canes all throughout Acadiana will be participating.

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