We are about to make history! Join us this month for our November Giveback Tuesday, which is set for Tuesday, November 15, and you can help us reach or even exceed our $100,000 benchmark in total funds raised and donated! This month, our Giveback Tuesday event will benefit The National Children’s Cancer Society.
Every month, we are proud to feature a local nonprofit charity and donate 100% of the earned proceeds from the entire day to the charity. Lunch, dinner, drinks, and carry-out all go to the designated charity. We started Giveback Tuesday in July 2014 and have since donated over $90,000 for local non-profit charities.
Since 1987, The National Children’s Cancer Society has helped more than 38,000 children with cancer and their families by providing over $62 million in program distributions. This year alone, they have assisted just over 2,700 families.
Insurance typically does not pay for the non-medical expenses associated with having a child in treatment, and most families report that a childhood cancer diagnosis dramatically or negatively impacts a family’s financial stability. The National Children’s Cancer Society makes it their mission to provide financial relief and educational and emotional support to children with cancer, their families, and survivors.
All funds raised from this Giveback Tuesday event will be used to help The National Children’s Cancer Society provide financial assistance to families battling childhood cancer.
Please join us in donating to The National Children’s Cancer Society. The more you order, the more money we can raise! Remember: 100% of the profits from every purchase, dine-in, and carry-out from open to close will be donated!
We hope to see you on November 15 at Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria in Rock Hill! With your help, we could reach or exceed our $100,000 benchmark!
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.