Giveback Tuesday Blog: Society of St. Vincent de Paul

April 16, 2015

 

Come out for our next Giveback Tuesday on April 28 as we raise money for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.  This nonprofit organization helps people of every race, ethnicity, religion and cultural background by providing food vouchers, medicine, mattresses and other basic needs.  They also offer free legal counseling and resources to help families in serious need.  St. Vincent de Paul is the Society’s American headquarters as well as the local St. Louis Council headquarters and has helped countless families all over the country.   

 

Join us in helping this great organization by stopping in for lunch, dinner or even drinks!  Don’t forget 100% of the proceeds from every purchase, whether it’s dine-in or carryout, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. will be donated. If you have any questions, please call us at 314-942-6555 or visit us online at www.katiespizzandpasta.com





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