Freshslice to give away free by donation over 4,000 Take ‘N’ Bake pizzas

Freshslice Pizza is celebrating the launch of B.C.’s newest charity FRESHSLICE CARES Saturday August 11th to HELP KIDS BE KIDS.

“We want to help build a stronger British Columbia by enriching and energizing communities by supporting local sports associations. Across B.C., groups are facing financial challenges. Many of these organizations are in need of funding in all areas of sport such as: equipment, uniforms, venue reservations etc. FRESHSLICE CARES’ primary purpose will be to contribute financially to sports associations and facilitate and promote youth sports,” said Ray Russell, Founder and C.E.O. of Freshslice.

Every Freshslice location Saturday August 11th between 4 and 8 pm will be giving away by donation 50 personal size Take ‘N’ Bake pizzas throughout the province‚Ķthat’s over 4,000 in combination with a Gala fundraising event the night before!

The new charity plans on raising $100,000 during it’s first year. FRESHSLICE CARES receives its funding from: generous individual donors who drop change into a FRESHSLICE CARES in-store donation box, fund-raisers, community organization donors, corporate sponsorships, through the generosity of Freshslice owners who are committed to the communities they serve, and Freshslice global headquarters. All expenses are covered by Freshslice’s head office as everyone involved is donating their time to ensure 100% of all funds raised go directly to the charity.

Applications and instructions for funding can be easily found online at:

British Columbia based Freshslice Pizza, established in 1999 with 75 locations serves more than 20,000 customers per day throughout the province and features farm to table, locally sourced products that yield a variety of great tasting healthy multigrain dough pizzas at prices that are unparalleled by any competitor in the industry.

SOURCE Freshslice Pizza

Help Kids Be Kids (CNW Group/Freshslice Pizza)


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