Pizza Nova Raises More Than $200,000 for Charity


TORONTO — Pizza Nova presented a cheque for $201,72 to Variety, the Children’s Charity of Ontario last week following its That’s Amore Pizza for Kids campaign.

In recognition of Pizza Nova’s long-time support of the charity, Variety has re-named its front lobby The Primucci Pavilion in honour of the chain’s founding family.

“This year’s That’s Amore Pizza for Kids was an incredible success…The campaign resulted in a record-breaking donation of $201,727 and increased awareness of the important work of Variety. We’re also pleased to be able to honour the Primucci family and Pizza Nova through the re-naming of the front lobby at Variety Village to the Primucci Pavilion…The Variety team thanks the Pizza Nova team for their ongoing commitment and dedication”, says Karen Stintz, president & CEO, Variety, the Children’s Charity of Ontario.

The That’s Amore Pizza for Kid’s Campaign is an annual charitable campaign held by Pizza Nova that aims to help children with disabilities across Ontario.

“It’s so wonderful to see what our support has and will continue to do for children with disabilities. I am very touched and very appreciative of this kind gesture. We do this for the kids. They represent the future, without them there is no laughter or joy. I want to thank Variety for all that you do. You are very special to Pizza Nova and we look forward to continuing to support such a great cause,” says Domenic Primucci, president, Pizza Nova.

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