December 11, 2014 |

Anna’s Pizza & Pasta to hold 24-hour fundraiser event

By Pizza Today


Anna’sAnna’s Pizza & Pasta of Winnebago, Illinois, has created an amazing fundraiser that may have never been done before.  Owner Brian Weavel and employee Jonah Nail will open Anna’s Pizza & Pasta early and making pizzas for 24 hours straight beginning January 3, starting at 12 noon, to raise awareness of the homeless in the Rockford, Illinois, area.

Breakfast pizzas will be available after 12 midnight through 12 noon on Sunday, January 4. Ten percent of all sales in that 24-hour period will be donated to the Rockford Rescue Mission. Anna’s is also asking for monetary sponsorship of Brian and Jonah, which will also be 100-percent donated to the Rockford Rescue Mission. Anna’s is planning on sending pizzas to the Rockford Rescue Mission that evening.

Monetary donations can be sent to Anna’s Pizza & Pasta, 101 S. Benton St., Winnebago, IL 61088 (please write in the memo section-Donation to Rockford Rescue Mission).  Visit Anna’s on Facebook at Anna’s Pizza, Winnebago, Illinois for updates. For more information, contact Brian Weavel at (815) 543-1065 or email at zellweavel@msn.com.

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