Tacos For Tots: Tacolicious Fundraises For Public Schools

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A few tacos can go a long way for SF public schools
What: Tacolicious School Project Spring Session 2012

Where: Tacolicious in the Mission and Marina (2031 Chestnut St.) locations

When: Every Monday through May

Cost: See menu

The rundown: Tacolicious owners Joe Hargrave and Sara Deseran are donating 15 percent of the total money earned every Monday at their Mission and Marina locations to nearby public schools.

From 11:30 a.m. until midnight, 11 p.m. for the Marina location, you can put an end to your grumbling stomach and, hopefully, furlough days. Whether it's drinks with friends or a family dinner night, it's all for a good cause.

The project is only fitting with Hargrave and Deseran's three children in San Francisco Community Schools. Deseran's parents are also educators. Money raised from the Marina location will go to the after school program, buildOn, at the Galileo Academy of Science and Technology. Proceeds from the Mission location will fund Mission High School in March, San Francisco Community in April and Buena Vista Horace Mann in May.

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2031 Chestnut St., San Francisco, CA

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