Our next Giveback Tuesday is set for October 20! This time, we are raising money for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis, an organization dedicated to helping individuals with Down syndrome and their families through support, education, public awareness, and advocacy.
Starting with just seven dedicated and passionate mothers of children with Down syndrome, the Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis has grown in the last 35 years and now helps people and their families reaching into Illinois all the way to Cape Girardeau and Springfield, MO. This organization strives every day to be the most comprehensive resource for people with Down syndrome and for their families. They want to help those with Down syndrome reach their full potential and help their families through education, support, and advocacy.
Giveback Tuesday is an event that we here at Katie’s Pizza & Pasta are really passionate about. We believe this is an amazing opportunity to connect with the community and give back to local organizations that do so much for our community. We started #GivebackTuesday in July 2014 and have donated more than $31,000 to local STL non-profit charities.
Please come out and show your support for an awesome organization and the St. Louis community! The busier we are, the more money we can raise! Remember: 100% of the profits 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.katiespizzaandpasta.com. For more information about Down Syndrome Association of Greater St. Louis, please visit http://dsagsl.org/.
What’s better than enjoying delicious, handmade Italian food? Supporting a worthy cause at the same time! Let’s come together on November 28 for our upcoming Giveback Tuesday event at our Rock Hill location.
The profits will be donated to Gratitude House, a nonprofit organization working to open sober living homes for women recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. This will be the first of its kind in St. Louis County.