Slice Of Hope

Support Slice of Hope your way!

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YOU decide what Slice of Hope means to you and how YOU want to put the idea into action for your community. Want Slice of Hope to be a fundraiser for your local homeless shelter, fire department or free health clinic? No problem. YOU pick the charity you want to support and then let your community know.

Slice of Hope is a charity event designed to bring passionate pizzerias together during National Pizza Month to support the cause of their choice, whether it is a national organization or local community organization.



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Slice of Hope Participation Form


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Learn more about Slice of Hope through pizzeria operators.
“We had a GREAT night despite a power outage for about an hour, we
managed to raise over $500.00 towards this deadly disease! I hope we
made a difference in helping to fight this disease through our
participation in Slice of Hope.

The servers worked very hard to help raise the money for this
event; we even had a few of our customers make personal donations &
on top of it all we all had FUN doing it for the Foundation & Pizza


Vincent Caltagirone, Owner

Golden Crust Pizza



“Friday was such a great success for Slice of Hope here at my
restaurant.  We had been advertising for roughly 3 weeks and the turn
out that our community showed was tremendous! On behalf of my employees
and myself, I want to say thank you to Jeremy White for coming up with
this wonderful idea.  We had a great time and our community here in
Clare, MI showed how supportive they are by making Slice of Hope a
success. Once again, thank you and we look forward to doing this again
next year!”


Shari Buccilli, Owner

-Buccilli’s Pizza



“One of our former employees, Marie, was diagnosed with breast
cancer several months ago. We gave part of our earnings on Oct. 7, 2011
to her for medical bills. She and her family helped wait tables that
night and also raised funds in a tip jar.

Marie wore her headscarf as she has lost her hair due to chemo,
but she and her family maintain a strong dignity as they fight against
her cancer. Marie was right there, working alongside everyone else.

So, we raised funds for the Karen Mullen Breast Cancer
Foundation as well as Marie. Thanks to Slice of Hope for bringing
awareness to this dreaded disease. Hopefully with help like yours from
Pizza Today a cure can be found for breast cancer.”


Tony Mellencamp

-East of Chicago Pizza Co.



“Just wanted to pass along our thanks for sponsoring this event.
We here at LaPizzeria Restaurant in Huntsville Ohio are happy to say
that we were able to raise approximately $1,000.00 for the Karen Mullen
Breast Cancer Foundation. My lead waitress, who is also my sister, is a
breast cancer survivor of 2 years.”

Thank you again,

Randy Henson and the Crew

-Lapizzeria Restaurant