Dos Coyotes — Part of your community
As a locally-based restaurant, Dos Coyotes always has and always will be committed to serving and investing in our community. Since we opened the first restaurant in 1991, Dos Coyotes has contributed substantially to local arts, schools, sports and quality of life.
Bobby Coyote is active in everything from the Nelson Gallery in Davis to the Sacramento Chapter of the California Restaurant Association. Head chef Mark Casale is also heavily involved with the Sacramento JDRF.
Dos Coyotes supports qualified local charitable and educational organizations to assist them in raising funds. Our popular scrip program has benefitted everything from soccer leagues to PTAs and school bands. The program provides discounted Dos Coyotes scrip certificates to area non-profits who then sell them to the public at face value. Dos Coyotes scrip may be used at any of our restaurants.
We also support a number of “Dos Nights” in each restaurant, where a portion of the evening’s profits are donated to a local non-profit.
We’re proud to sponsor events that raise funds for local non-profits or add to the spirit of our community. From free concerts in the park to local fireworks celebrations, Dos Coyotes supports activities that entertain, enrich and bring neighborhoods together.
Community development programs
Community partnerships like Dos Coyotes’ “Be a Reader” program, which rewards students for outstanding academic achievement, are designed to promote education and enrich the lives of local residents. By accomplishing pre-determined goals, students participating in the “Be a Reader” program earn a certificate for a free Kid’s Meal and fountain drink at their local Dos Coyotes restaurant.
Questions or proposals?
Are you involved with a community non-profit or event that could benefit by partnering with Dos Coyotes? Send your proposal to:
1784 Picasso Avenue, Suite B
Davis, CA 95616