Arch Rock Fish Presents Donation to SBPAL

Arch Rock Fish Donates $5,000 to Santa Barbara Police Activities League

Local neighborhood joint Arch Rock Fish donated $5,000 to their partner non-profit SBPAL from the proceeds of their summer Block Party and various fundraising efforts.

Arch Rock Fish announced their partnership with the Santa Barbara Police Activities League (SBPAL), a countywide program that strives to provide quality educational, cultural and athletic programming for the youth of Santa Barbara, this past summer at their hit restaurant’s Block Party opening celebration and fundraiser.

Arch Rock Fish COO Jeremiah Higgins presented SBPAL’s executive director, Ed Szyeller, with the donation saying. “We wanted to support their exceptional new teen center at 1235 Chapala.” The center provides Teens with an extraordinary opportunity to enjoy a fun, relaxing and safe place to connect with their peers and receive free tutoring with their school studies.

Arch Rock Fish is the first neighborhood joint from HLC Restaurant Advisors Group including veteran restaurateur Jeremiah Higgins, chef personality Scott Leibfried, former-Galaxy player-turned-coach Cobi Jones and Mike Anderson.

For more information on how you can support SBPAL and their programs, contact (805) 962-5560.

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