Buddy's Pizza fundraiser will benefit Capuchin Soup Kitchen

Published On: Apr 27 2014 09:31:30 AM EDT
Updated On: Apr 28 2014 02:50:46 AM EDT
DETROIT -

Eat pizza for a good cause on Monday!

Buddy’s Pizza is hosting its annual “Slice for Life,” fundraiser to raise money for Capuchin Soup Kitchen programs.

From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., anyone who purchases a ticket can visit any of Buddy's Pizza's full-service locations to enjoy an all-you-can-eat two-topping pizza and salad meal. A carry-out option is also available for purchase at all 10 Buddy's Pizza locations and includes either a 4-square two-topping pizza or a medium sized antipasto, Greek or house salad.

Proceeds from the ticket sales will go to the Capuchin mission of helping feed and clothe those in need.

Ticket information:

Tickets are $15 for adults and $6 for children and can be purchased at the door.

All ticket holders may also register to win one 8-square Buddy's Pizza every month for one year. 

 

Buddy’s Pizza locations:

  • Auburn Hills: 2612 N. Squirrel Rd. (248) 276-9040
  • Detroit: 17125 Conant (313) 892-9001
  • Detroit/Grosse Pointe: 19163 Mack Ave. (313) 884-7400
  • Dearborn: 22148 Michigan Ave. (313) 562-5900
  • Farmington Hills: 31646 Northwestern Hwy. (248) 855-4600
  • Livonia: 33605 Plymouth Rd. (734) 261-3550
  • Warren: 8100 Old 13 Mile Rd. (586) 574-9200
  • Bloomfield: 3637 Maple Rd. (248) 645-0300 (Carry-Out Only)
  • Royal Oak: 32218 Woodward (248) 549-8000 (Carry-Out Only)
  • Shelby Twp. 45841 Hayes Rd. Shelby Twp., MI 48315 (586)-566-1233

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