Pop’s Italian Beef & Sausage restaurants in the south Chicago suburbs will present the Greater Chicago Food Depository with a donation of $2,500. The Chicagoland staple hosted a campaign throughout January, for proceeds from onion ring orders to go towards the local food bank. The Illinois restaurants raised the combined total and will present the donation to the Greater Chicago Food Depository in late March.

“During these unprecedented times, we’re looking forward to being able to give back to an organization that continuously goes above and beyond to serve the community,” says Kacie Radochonski, director of operations for Pop’s Italian Beef and Sausage. “At Pop’s Beef, we understand the importance of community and enjoy being able to hold initiatives that involve our customers. Our donation to the Greater Chicago Food Depository would not be possible without our loyal customers and we’re grateful for their generous contributions to an organization we all value.”

Pop’s Beef is known for its savory Italian beef, sliced and cooked fresh daily and their commitment to high quality menu items and impeccable service. The signature Italian beef and sausage sandwiches are topped with your choice of our homemade Giardiniera or cooked sweet peppers.

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