Love good pizza? If you do, help Pizza Nova raise some dough for Variety – The Children’s Charity.

On Tuesday, May 11th, Pizza Nova and Variety will host their 11th Annual That’s Amore Pizza for Kids fundraising event. This year a record number of stores will be participating in this charitable event.

From 11:00 am to 9:00 pm, customers can walk into any of the 110+ participating locations across Southern Ontario and purchase a medium pepperoni pizza for only $4.99. Pizza Nova will donate $1 from each pizza sold to Variety – The Children’s Charity.

This year’s single-day goal is to raise over $80,000 to help fund Variety’s programs and services for children with special needs in Ontario. If this goal is met, it will bring the eleven-year fundraising total to over $750,000 for these deserving youth.

About Variety Village – The Children’s Charity

Variety – The Children’s Charity in Ontario focuses on creating and implementing projects and programs that make a difference in the lives of children with special needs and their families. Dedicated to promoting inclusive sports and recreational programs for children across Ontario, Variety assists children of all abilities to recognize their own potential, experience what is possible, and develop the skills to achieve their goals. Variety Village, the flagship project of Variety – The Children’s Charity, is a world-renowned sport training and fitness centre delivering programs and services that meet the mandate of the Charity while providing the facilities, training and opportunities for several of Canada’s Paralympic Athletes.

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Janelle Watkins
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Janelle Watkins is a citizen of the world who has lived both a charmed and stormy life. She has worked as a personal shopper, journalist, has done extensive work in marketing communications, and public relations. These experiences have seen her working alongside prominent leaders from the fashion, culinary, art and media worlds. This bon vivant would like to add some flair to her readers’ lives and loves to get their feedback. On everyday life she sums up, “Live life in your own style, be true to yourself – be distinct.” Favourite place in Toronto: Strolling around the Yonge/Eglinton and Mt. Pleasant Village neighbourhoods with a David’s Tea and two special little someones.

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