SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Some folks are using a Sunday social outing to help charities in Savannah.
On Sunday afternoon, people who ate at Sol's off of Habersham Street, gave back to the Women Build program, which is part of Habitat for Humanity.
Each weekend, Sol donates part of their proceeds to a local charity. It's a way for the restaurant, and folks, to give back to their community.
"It's a karma thing, to give back and one day it might come back to us ten fold," Robert Etheridge, of Sol Restaurant, told WTOC. "We love to help the community and love to get involved in things."
Sol plans on holding more Sunday socials in September helping groups like CASA, Hospice of Savannah and the Humane Society.
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