Pizza Hut To Donate Over $9,000 To Local Charities

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JAMESTOWN-The locally owned and operated Pizza Hut restaurants will award $9,331 in grants to area children’s charities through their nonprofit organization Raising Dough for Kids.

A check presentation will take place Wednesday at the Pizza Hut located at 995 Fairmount Ave. Ten local charities will be receiving grants this year that will go toward programs involving at-risk youths.

The following are receiving grants:



Anderson-Lee Library, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Jamestown, CASA of Chautauqua County, Chautauqua County RSVP, Family Service of the Chautauqua Region, Jamestown Community Learning Council, Lutheran Social SRVP Foster Grandparent Program, Patterson Library, Salvation Army of Jamestown and Southern Tier Health Care System, Inc.

“So many area youths will benefit from these grants and we owe it all to our hard working and committed employees and the generosity of our guests,” Hospitality West, LLC Owner Steve Pinkerton. Pinkerton’s company is the owner of the local Pizza Hut.



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