Industry News | July 22, 2016

PizzaFire Raises $5,000 for Cleveland Children's Hospital

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PizzaFire raised $5,000 that will go to purchase wish list items for patients at Cleveland Clinic Children’s. The donation was achieved through a promotion where $1 was donated for every “Pizza of the Month” sold in June and via customer donations. All $5,000 will be used to purchase wish list items for their patients, and these items will be dropped off at Cleveland Clinic Children’s on Thursday, July 28 at 11 a.m. PizzaFire team members, including Sean Brauser, PizzaFire founder and CEO, will surprise patients by dropping off the wish list items.

This partnership continues the PizzaFire initiative to give back to our community by helping those who are in need however and whenever we can.

“We are extremely excited to be partnering with Cleveland Clinic Children’s and are honored that we can help provide some comfort to their patients,” Brauser says. “Hospital stays are trying for every patient and their family, and we hope our donation of wish list items will help make their hospital stays a little more comfortable.”

“It can be difficult for children to stay positive during a hospital stay, but toys, books, games, and other wish list items are key in helping uplift their spirits,” says Giovanni Piedimonte, MD, chairman of Cleveland Clinic Children’s. “We’re grateful to PizzaFire for this donation.”

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