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We’re All In This Together - Coin & Candor at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village Partners with Cancer Support Community

Coin & Candor raises awareness and funds for nationally recognised Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 1, 2019,
Los Angeles, Westlake Village, U.S.A.

During the month of October 2019, Coin & Candor, the seasonally inspired California brasserie is partnering with the local chapter of Cancer Support Community to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.

Located inside Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, Coin & Candor, (known for its wood fired dishes and locally sourced ingredients), will feature select menu items whereby USD 1 of each item sold will be donated to Cancer Support Community (Valley / Ventura / Santa Barbara).

Featured as part of the promotion is Bedrock rosé (USD 15) and Moët rosé (USD 36). The signature Baja red snapper with adobo and chimichurri (USD 27) and the 10 layer chocolate cake with pink chocolate curl (USD 13) will also be available for purchase and support of the global cause.

“We’re happy to take part by raising awareness and support for a cause that has impacted millions around the world,” explains Chef Jose Fernandez. “Our front of house team will proudly wear pink ribbons pinned to their uniforms during the month of October and our chefs will wear pink aprons to stand in unity with every person impacted by this devastating disease.”

Stir, the Hotel’s neighbourhood coffee shop will also do its part by selling pink lemonade and chocolate raspberry macaroons (USD 4) made by Pastry Chef Patrick Fahy.

About Cancer Support Community

Celebrating more than 25 years of providing support, education and hope to people fighting cancer, the Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara is an independently governed and funded non-profit and an affiliate of the Cancer Support Community. The organisation serves more than 2,300 adults, children and teens affected by cancer each year with programs throughout Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties, and West San Fernando Valley.  Programs are offered in English and Spanish and are all provided free of charge.