Double Chocolate Hill Dessert Raises over $145,000


Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant has conceived a delicious way to raise funds for children's cancer research – the Double Chocolate Hill dessert.

Boasting moist chocolate cake with a warm peanut butter center, covered in a creamy chocolate ganache and accompanied by a scoop of vanilla ice cream, 75 cents from each desert purchased consistently generates tens of thousands of dollars for CureSearch for Children's Cancer every year and delights even more customers' palettes.

Iron Hill was founded in 1994, and has proudly served award-winning homebrews and innovative American cuisine since. The owners of the popular Pennsylvania and Delaware chain - Kevin Finn, Mark Edelson, and Kevin Davies - have always emphasized charitable support of local communities.

Edelson's wife, Maureen Edelson, MD, is a pediatric oncologist and currently serves as Medical Director of the Blood Bank and Stem Cell Processing Lab at A.I duPont Hospital. Recognizing the importance of children's cancer research, Edelson and his co-founders were inspired to begin supporting CureSearch for Children's Cancer in 2004.

Iron Hill makes their check presentation each year at the CureSearch Walk – Wilmington delighting the crowd by presenting contributions in excess of $28,000 per year. Over the past 6 years, Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant has donated more than $145,000 to children's cancer research through CureSearch. CureSearch is grateful for their support and looks forward to continuing this partnership.

Christine Bork
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