FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- This weekend the doors were open to those who wanted to be a part of giving.
The fundraising event at Metro Diner helped the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization Saturday.
After people finished their meal they stopped at the table in front to give donations.
They did the same Sunday this time donating to Franciscan Brother's, which is an organization that supports the homeless and underprivileged kids.
The managing partner of the diner, Richard Cieslinski, said this won't be the only time they give back.
"We'll be talking to other charities as well to help them out so people can come see me here at the diner come and enjoy some great food, and we will help them out as well," he said.
You can go to the grand opening Tuesday. Doors open at 7am.
The diner is located off of Coldwater Road in Coldwater Crossing.
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