Pizzeria Raises Dough for Autism Awareness Month

Pizza by Pappas in Scranton, PA, is donating half of its profits to support autism charity.




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Pizza by Pappas in Scranton, Pennsylvania, has been supporting Autism Awareness Month for nearly a decade, helping to raise $65,000 for a local charity, according to a story and accompanying video on PAHomepage.com

April 17 and 18, 50% of the sale price of each of the pizzeria's pizzas will go to help Northeast Regional Autism Center at Friendship House purchase supplies and equipment, according to the article.

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