Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Albert Wilson to host “Dine for a Cause” at Wild Thyme Oceanside Eatery in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday, December 10.
· Guests who attend this special fundraising event will have the opportunity to be served by football star Albert Wilson along with some of his Miami Dolphins teammates.
· The proceeds from every meal served by Albert and his teammates will benefit the Albert Wilson Foundation, whose mission is to enhance the lives of children in foster care.
· Wilson, who grew up in the foster care system, spent years in and out of group and foster homes before finding The Bailey family in the 10th grade. His personal experiences inspired him to create the Albert Wilson Foundation.
DETAILS: To reserve your table please call (954) 567-8070 or visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dine-for-a-cause-tickets-75195940081
About Wild Thyme Oceanside Eatery:
Centrally located along Fort Lauderdale Beach’s renowned A1A strip within The Atlantic Hotel & Spa, Wild Thyme Oceanside Eatery offers a grown-up interpretation of a chic boardwalk dining experience with a whimsical twist on fresh dining favorites from the land and sea. Wild Thyme is a new dining concept from Steven Dapuzzo, of Society 8 Hospitality Group, a full-service restaurant and events company. Dapuzzo is a culinary expert who has launched several successful restaurant concepts including SoLita, Beauty & the Feast, Park & Ocean and the soon-to-launch Sistrunk Market & Brewery. At Wild Thyme, guests will enjoy stunning, panoramic oceanfront views to accompany their fresh caught ocean and farm raised mainland offerings. The warm and inviting atmosphere is a perfect choice for a small dinner, or to gather with a large group. Wild Thyme’s eclectic menu and charming beachfront ambiance provides a home away from home for tourists visiting Fort Lauderdale Beach and locals alike. For more information about menus, special events, brunch and more, please visit www.atlantichotelfl.com/dining, or follow Wild Thyme on social media at @WildThymeFL.
About the Albert Wilson Foundation
Albert Wilson’s passion and motivation to give back to youth in foster care stems from his personal experiences in the foster care system growing up. Albert spent majority of his childhood years in and out of group homes and foster homes before finally finding stability in the 10th grade. Prior to his sophomore year of high school, he spent time at the Hibiscus Center in Vero Beach, Florida and a Boys Town in Oviedo, Florida. After spending time at these locations Albert found a home with Brian and Rose Bailey in Port St. Lucie, Florida before moving in with family members in the same district so he could continue attending Port St. Lucie High School.