Wednesday: Eat HomeMade Pizza for Garrison Elementary

by May 15, 2012 at 3:30 pm 1,733 0

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Garrison Elementary School on S Street serves children pre-K through 5th Grade. (Luis Gomez Photos).

From Rachel Nania.  Nania writes about everything from food, to health, fashion, art and District lifestyle. In her spare time, she enjoys studying yoga, biking across the city, walking her dog and writing on her blog, Sear, Simmer & StirFollow Nania on Twitter@rnania.

Not cooking this Wednesday night? Revise your current takeout selection and opt for a pie at the HomeMade Pizza Company at 14th and Church Streets NW and turn pizza dough into dough for a local public school.

On May 16, between 1pm and 10pm, Garrison Elementary will receive a donation for all purchases made at the 14th Street location, including $5 for every pizza sold, $2 for every salad sold and $1 for every breadstick order.

Orders can be placed in advance online, by phone (202-588-0808) or in the store.  If you order online, please email [email protected] to help show support for future partnerships between school communities and local businesses.

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