Charity Benefit for Charlotte Bridge Home at Fox & Hound


 Fox & Hound in Huntersville is teaming up with Charlotte Bridge Home to support Charlotte-area Veterans returning to the civilian world after deployment.  Fox & Hound, located at 8711 Lindholm Drive, will host a celebration to benefit the Charlotte Bridge Home on Thursday, August 27, 2015.

From 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. party guests are invited to enjoy a complimentary sampling of Fox & Hound’s signature dishes such as the Black Forest, Olympian Hummus and Slow Roasted Baby Back Ribs along with military-themed trivia.  $2 Blackened Fish and Ranchero Chicken Tacos will be served until 7 p.m. and $4.50 House Margaritas will be served all day.

Fox & Hound will donate 10% of sales for the entire day and night of Thursday, August 27 to Charlotte Bridge Home, which helps Charlotte-area Veterans successfully transition home after military service by identifying their education, employment and healthcare needs and connecting them to available community, state and federal resources.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Fox & Hound for their celebration event and are so grateful that they have chosen to support local veterans and our work,” said Marcel Solomon, Outreach Specialist of Charlotte Bridge Home.  “We are looking forward to having a great night and we invite everyone to come and join us on August 27 for some good food and a fun time!” 

Fox & Hound in Huntersville offers 38 High Definition TVs; great games, including Giant Jenga, Connect 4, darts and cornhole; nearly 100 kinds of beer, including 36 beers on tap, 24 of which are craft and nine of which are local; and a deliciously crafted menu for sharing, snacking as well as dining.

Fox & Hound in Huntersville is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.  For more information, reservations or to book a private event, call Fox & Hound at (704) 895-4504 or visit, Facebook and Twitter.

About Charlotte Bridge Home

Charlotte Bridge Home (CBH) is the one-stop shop for Veterans in Charlotte and the surrounding communities experiencing transition.  Without CBH, the civilian community can feel overwhelming and confusing to a Veteran just leaving the armed forces. With CBH, Veterans in transition have a single point of contact to help navigate this very important life event, in a compassionate, low-pressure and productive manner.