A Delicious Way to Support the Princeton Schools This Weekend at Eno Terra

Noriko and Erik Svenson and their children with Eno Terra server Giovanni Maselli last weekend..

Eno Terra is donating four days of lunch proceeds to the  PowerUp! PRS Technology Campaign to benefit the Princeton Regional Schools.

This Saturday and Sunday if you eat lunch at Eno Terra, you will be supporting fundraising efforts to improve technology in the public schools.

The Terra Momo Restaurant Group, owner of Eno Terra, is donating the net proceeds from lunch sale both last weekend and this weekend to the Princeton Education Foundation.

Since 1995, the Princeton Education Foundation has encouraged private philanthropy to enhance public education. Since its inception, PEF has contributed over $1 million to the Princeton Public Schools for capital improvements, educational programs and teacher support.

“The donated funds from Eno Terra will go directly to PowerUp! PRS, our campaign to provide much needed technology upgrades to every school in the district,” said PEF Executive Director Adrienne Rubin. “We are very grateful to Eno Terra for this promotion as well as for their ongoing support of our schools.”

Eno Terra, located on Route 27 in Kingston, recently opened for lunch on the weekends. You can make a reservation for lunch for this Saturday, March 24, or this Sunday, March 25 by calling (609) 497-1777.

Raoul Momo, co-owner Terra Momo Restaurant Group, said that it is crucial that schools find new ways of raising money to ensure a high standard of education for all students in Princeton.

“With all the challenges at the state level with school finances, it is important to look to develop local partnerships with businesses like Eno Terra,” he said. “In the end, our children are our most important investment.”