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    Mama Fu's and Austin's Pizza Announce Charity Programs for 2019

  • Industry News March 14, 2019

    Murphy Adams Restaurant Group, owner and operator of Mama Fu’s Asian House and Austin’s Pizza, announces the results of its 2018 fundraising efforts alongside its 2019 charitable focus. The restaurant group hosted the first annual Chilis for Charity Pepper Eating Challenge in January 2018 and held nearly 70 local events across 19 Mama Fu’s locations, donating more than $32,000 in total to local nonprofits in 2018. 
    “Giving back to the local community we’ve been a part of for more than 10 years is extremely important to us,” says Randy Murphy, president and CEO of Murphy Adams Restaurant Group. “We’re proud to be launching new fundraising and donation initiatives in 2019 while we continue to raise money through existing programs.” 
    New in 2019, Mama Fu’s will be launching a program to support teachers and area schools, including Teacher of the Month where the winners will earn a happy hour for themselves and five colleagues. Further, the Mama Fu’s menu will support schools in the local community through the upcoming Spice Market Menu launching in May. Mama Fu’s has supported schools through various fundraising events and will introduce a 20 percent teacher discount starting in April.
    In addition to local events and food donations, Murphy Adams Restaurant Group provides Mama Fu’s silent auction baskets as donation items, each including $50 in gift cards along with Mama Fu’s swag and a bottle of Sriracha.
    Murphy Adams Restaurant Group, which acquired Austin’s Pizza in 2018, is looking forward to furthering the charitable partnership between Austin’s Pizza and the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) in 2019 through event support and special local restaurant fundraising programs/offers, which will support the nonprofit through the local pizza chain’s menu. 
    To learn more about charitable initiatives or request a donation from Murphy Adams Restaurant Group, visit and

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