NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Once a year, NYC’s top pizzerias unite under one roof to raise money for New Yorkers in need at Slice Out Hunger’s $1 Slice Night. This annual charity event sells $1 pizza slices from famous pizzerias such as Difara, Lombardi’s, Keste, John’s Pizzeria, Arturo’s and more — most of which do not offer pizza by the slice. More than fifty pizzerias are expected to donate over 1,000 pizzas for this unique event that attracts over 1,000 attendees.
The event is volunteer run and each dollar raised is matched by the generosity of Slice Out Hunger sponsors. 100% of the event’s proceeds will benefit Food Bank For New York City.
“Pizza brings people together and it’s a real dream come true to see these pizzerias join together for one night to help their community,” says Scott Wiener, founder of Slice Out Hunger. “This pizza party will be a blast! But the true mission of Slice Out Hunger is to support hunger relief initiatives by fundraising through the American pizza industry.”
Details for Slice Out Hunger 2015:
When: October 7, 2015 at 6 pm ET (ends when the pizza runs out)
Where: St. Anthony’s Church on 155 Sullivan St. (at Houston St.) – Google Map
How: Guests purchase $1 tickets at the door, each ticket is good for a slice, drink, dessert, or raffle ticket
Price: Free admission, $1 pizza slices, drinks and raffle tickets; $100 VIPizza Passport available in advance through sliceouthunger.org for pizza lovers who wish to skip the line
Give: If you can’t attend but want your donation to be matched by sponsors, visit http://bit.ly/SliceOutHungerDonation
“We’re honored to be a part of this event which has a tremendous impact on our network,” says Silvia Davi, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer of Food Bank For New York City.
WNYC is a media partner of the event and Tumblr, Scott’s Pizza Tours, Joseph Campagna & Sons, Advanced Aircrew Academy, Summer Tech and Fog Creek Software are also generous supporters. It’s not too late for companies to match! Sponsorships are available until September 15.
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