Be sure to join us in Rock Hill on May 24 for our next Giveback Tuesday event! This month, we are partnering with the Center for Animal Rescue and Enrichment (CARE STL), a no-kill open admission shelter dedicated to saving and caring for companion animals in our community.
Each month, we’re proud to feature a local nonprofit charity and donate 100% of the earned proceeds from the entire day to the organization. Lunch, dinner, drinks, and carryout are all included. So far, Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria has donated $321,500 to nonprofit organizations here in St. Louis.
Funds raised from this Giveback Tuesday event will be applied to the CARE STL Emergency Medical Fund. This pays for specialized diagnostics and complicated surgeries, as well as 24-hour intensive care, that the on-site clinic is not equipped to treat.
“Seeing a treated rescued animal be adopted into a loving home is the most gratifying thing,” said Cate Redfern, who does development and public relations for CARE STL. “This is made possible by the incredible supporters who provide the funding for our staff and volunteers to help the animals heal physically, emotionally, and mentally.”
The nonprofit was founded in 2018 and helps approximately 3,000 animals each year, including 2,500 cats and dogs. CARE STL’s programs include:
Be sure to mark your calendars for our Giveback Tuesday event this month! It’ll be at our Rock Hill location on May 24, and you won’t want to miss it! 100% of earned profits will be benefiting CARE STL and their awesome cause. Give us a call at (314) 942-6555 with any questions, and visit www.katiespizzaandpasta.com to make a dinner reservation or order curbside pickup. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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.