To support local businesses and ensure two deserving charities receive maximum benefit despite Hurricane Dorian, Visit Orlando – the area’s official tourism association – is extending Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining. The program will run an extra seven days – through October 7.

One dollar from every meal served during Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining will benefit two nonprofits that help local children and families: the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Greater Orlando, a grassroots support network for individuals and families affected by mental health conditions, and Lighthouse Central Florida, which helps individuals with vision loss adjust to their reality with confidence.

The program was originally scheduled to end Sept. 30. A majority of restaurants currently participating in Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining will extend their menu offerings through October 7. will soon be updated with a complete list of participating restaurants and information on extensions. The program and price points — $35 for a prix fixe, three-course meal, with $1 per meal benefiting two local charities — will not change.

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Visit Orlando is the official tourism association for the most visited destination in the United States, with representation in more than a dozen countries around the world. Visit Orlando, together with its 1,200 member organizations, represents the area's leading industry.