Famoso’s Fourth-Annual Campania Campaign Raises $29,607

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Photo: Justin Lussier, CEO and co-founder of Famoso (left), presents a cheque to Andrew Hall, co-founder of Mealshare, with Jason Allard, COO and co-founder of Famoso (right)

VANCOUVER — Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria has announced the results of its 2017 Campania Tomato Sauce Campaign. The annual campaign raised $29,607, which was directed to Mealshare to donate meals to in-need youth across B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario.

“Mealshare has become a very important partner for Famoso since the launch of our Campania Tomato Sauce Campaign in 2014,” says Justin Lussier, CEO and co-founder of Famoso. “We were so pleased to work with Mealshare again this year and, thanks to the support of our guests, we were able to help work towards the goal of ending youth hunger in Canada.”

Since its inception, the Campania Tomato Sauce Campaign has sold 22,368 jars of sauce — representing more than $100,000 to fight youth hunger in the 17 local communities in which Famoso operates.

“The Campania Tomato Sauce Campaign continues to amaze us, and we’re so happy to have worked with Famoso once again to provide meals to hungry youth in local Canadian communities,” adds Andrew Hall, co-founder of Mealshare.

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