JAMESTOWN – The Little Caesars “Love Kitchen” is scheduled to visit the Salvation Army in Jamestown on Tuesday to serve free slices of pizza to the homeless, those in need or anyone who stops by.
This will be the third time that the pizza chain’s charitable big-rig stops by the Salvation Army’s Jamestown location, 83 S. Main St.
Since 1985, the pizza chain’s “Love Kitchen” program has been serving meals from wheels across the nation and Canada to locations where people are in need, from areas suffering poverty to communities ravaged by hurricanes and tornadoes.
Two big rigs equipped with pizza ovens travel year around, with two drivers assigned to each truck.
On average, officials with the Salvation Army in Jamestown say between 800 to 1,000 families visit the group each month to receive help.
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