Patina Restaurant Group's Space 220 Restaurant raises more than $50k in partnership with Give Kids The World

Jan 24, 2020 in "Space 220 Restaurant"

Space 220 Concept art
Posted: Friday January 24, 2020 7:42am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Patina Restaurant Group, in partnership with non-profit Give Kids The World, has helped raise $51,930 to support the wish trips of seriously ill children and their deserving families. These funds will be used to aid in the fulfillment of over 8,000 wishes in 2020.

In advance of the opening of Space 220 Restaurant, the highly anticipated new signature table-service location in Epcot at Walt Disney WorldResort, supporters of Give Kids The World were invited to bid on a prize package provided by Patina Restaurant Group that included dinner for two at the new restaurant.

Space 220 Restaurant is an immersive culinary experience that promises a journey like no other as guests are launched into the height of dining, a simulated 220 miles above Earth’s surface. Dinner will be served inside the Centauri Space Station, suspended in orbit directly above Mission: SPACE at Epcot. With stunning views and fantastic food, the prize winners will be privy to an evening that is truly out of this world. The dining portion of the package will be available for redemption following the restaurant’s opening.

“Patina Restaurant Group is honored to support Give Kids The World in their mission to create magical moments for wish families. The incredible work that they do is near and dear to our hearts, making them our local charity of choice here in Orlando. We look forward to welcoming the prize winners that helped make this all possible to our Space 220 Restaurant,” said Marketing Director, Kyle Collins, on behalf of Patina Restaurant Group and parent company, Delaware North.

By making a donation to Give Kids The World, supporters provided the means to help fulfill life-changing wish trips for seriously ill children and their families battling the unthinkable. These cost-free vacations are complete with accommodations, donated theme park tickets, meals, and more. The goal is to create an experience that inspires a renewed sense of hope and happiness that lasts long after each family returns home.

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CastAStone2 hours ago

They had a executive chef job posed in December and a executive pastry chef job posted in February. So it’s not quite that *nothing* is happening. But it’s not much more than that.

nickys5 hours ago

Only with added pizzazz from their social media “star” Zach Ridley. 🙄

uncle jimmy5 hours ago

Oh I miss those days of cryptic Martin clues on announcements to come... crumble away for sure :arghh: With lower spending... They'll reuse the same announcements for Guardians, Tron and Epcot.

marni19716 hours ago

Nice queue.

brb10066 hours ago

By huge impact, you mean a perfect ride to cool off from the hot Florida sun..

brb10066 hours ago

Replace that with the new Secret Life Of Pets Ride from Universal Studios Hollywood.

marni19716 hours ago

Nope.

marni19716 hours ago

I honestly forgot that one. Had a huge impact on me.

Dave B6 hours ago

Any actual word or updates to Space 220?

trainplane36 hours ago

Everyone's missing the true pinnacle though...

marni19716 hours ago

And this and this and just about this

MisterPenguin6 hours ago

I believe Minnie Van is just temporarily paused.

brb10067 hours ago

This This And soon this Universal moves at a much quicker pace compared to Disney where they move at a snail's pace.

monothingie7 hours ago

Remind me again what USO has done in 4 years?