Pizza chain of­fers help to home­less

Bath Chronicle - - NEWS -

A na­tional restau­rant chain has pledged to donate 20,000 free piz­zas to help those most in need this Christ­mas. Franco Manca is run­ning the ini­tia­tive from De­cem­ber 1 to 14 along­side a num­ber of home­less char­i­ties, food banks and shel­ters. Peo­ple can ar­range an or­der at any one of 42 lo­ca­tions across the UK - in­clud­ing the branch in Bath. Spokesper­son San­dro Spahiu said: “Char­ity ini­tia­tives such as this one have al­ways been in­cred­i­bly im­por­tant to us here at Franco Manca. “We al­ways strive to do our bit to give some­thing back, and are so grate­ful to our won­der­ful em­ploy­ees across the UK who are al­ways will­ing to pitch in to make sure as many peo­ple in need are helped. “Without them, none of this would be pos­si­ble.” Sug­ges­tions of suit­able or­gan­i­sa­tions the chain can as­sist are also en­cour­aged. Dur­ing this year’s ‘Beast from the East’ storm, the com­pany also do­nated thou­sands of piz­zas to help the home­less as tem­per­a­tures around the UK plum­meted. The Bath branch is lo­cated in Brunel Square, near Bath Spa Sta­tion.

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