PICCIONE PASTRY DECLARES A WINTER OF GIVING
Community Giving Isn’t Just A Holiday Event
Piccione Pastry, St. Louis’ premier Italian pastry shop, will celebrate A Winter of Giving for their Pastries with a Purpose program. Treat yourself and support local non-profit organizations in January, February and March 2016. Piccione Pastry will donate 10% of one week’s total net sales to a different non-profit organization each month during the Winter of Giving.
Congratulations to the Pastries with a Purpose: A Winter of Giving recipients:
January 19-24: Coat A Kid, providing new coats, hats and gloves, free of charge, to St. Louis kids in need.
February 16-21: Immigrant & Refugee Women’s Program, increasing the independence and reducing the isolation of immigrant and refugee women by teaching basic English and practical living skills.
March 8-13: Rose Of Sharon Ministries Inc., helping people identify their spiritual gifts, gain spiritual fortitude and become spiritually healthy, in order to fully serve.
Stop in to support these local non-profit organizations and enjoy a scrumptious array of seasonal-and-classic Italian-style desserts. And, warm up with Piccione Pastry’s new lunch menu featuring Italian Calzones! Each Calzone is prepared with Piccione’s house-made pizza dough, filled with a savory three cheese blend and served with a side of marinara sauce. Try a Pepperoni and Sausage Calzone or the Veggie Calzone for only $6 this winter. The new lunch items are only available at Piccione Pastry from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Friday.
“The Pastries with a Purpose program is designed to assist organizations that work tirelessly to make our community a better place. We have been fortunate to be able to assist 25 local non-profits to date, the program has been well received, and we look forward to giving back to our community again this winter,” said Sandia Hoormann, Pastry Chef at Piccione Pastry.
Previous recipients include: CHADS Coalition for Mental Health, Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis, Queen of Peace Center, Regional Business Council – North County Inc., Stray Rescue of St. Louis, St. Louis Arc, Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis, Feed My Peeps, Great Rivers Greenway, STL Village, Marygrove, EarthWays Center of the Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis World Food Day, Inc., St. Louis City Open Studio & Gallery, Nurses for Newborns, Marian Middle School, Food Outreach, Psi Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi at Washington University in St. Louis, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, City Academy, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis, Belle Children’s Services of St. Louis Arc, Make-a-Wish Foundation, St. Louis Children’s Hospital Foundation, Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation, and St. Patrick Center.
Local 501(c)(3) organizations are encouraged to apply for the program, and individuals can nominate their favorite nonprofit by visiting www.piccionepastry.com, downloading the application and sending the completed form to email@example.com.
Located in the Loop at the corner of Delmar Boulevard and Skinker, The shop is open from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday, and until 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. The shop is closed on Monday.