Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Pittsburgh Locations Give Back to Local Cancer Patient to Commemorate Monroeville Anniversary
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – April 10, 2017 – To commemorate the 5th anniversary of its Monroeville location, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza’s Pittsburgh restaurants will host a charitable initiative April 19 to support local six-year-old Darran Dunlap’s battle with leukemia.
Anthony’s four Pittsburgh locations will donate 20 percent of dine-in and carry out sales all day from guests who mention Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation. The Foundation raises money for Children’s Hopsital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to provide patient care, teaching and research. Through community support, Children’s Hospital is able to transform young lives through care and compassion.
In Monroeville, Darran’s father, 93.7 The Fan’s Morning Host Colin Dunlap, and NewsRadio 1020 KDKA’s Larry Richert will kick off the event by welcoming and thanking guests from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Monroeville is located at 2740 Stroschein Road.
“Darran is a fighter and a brave young lady,” said Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza founder and CEO Anthony Bruno. “We are proud to support her family and the wonderful work accomplished every day by the Children’s Hospital.”
Additional Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza participating restaurants include:
- Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Cranberry – 2045 Mackenzie Way
- Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Settler’s Ridge – 1810 Settler’s Ridge Center Drive
- Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza McMurray – 102 McDowell Lane