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Hungry Howie’s Dedicates October to Fighting Breast Cancer

The chain will once again use its Love, Hope & Pizza campaign to raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

  • Hungry Howie’s will offer its famous Flavored Crust pizzas in pink boxes and donate money for every pizza sold to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
  • The company says it has raised $3.5 million for the foundation since the Love, Hope & Pizza campaign started in 2009.

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Hungry Howie’s, based in Madison Heights, Michigan, is reupping its commitment to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) with a month-love Love, Hope & Pizza campaign during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.

Since launching the annual fundraiser in 2009, Hungry Howie’s has raised more than $3.5 million for the foundation, according to a press release. The company wants to break the milestone $5 million barrier in total donations to the NBCF.

In support of the Love, Hope & Pizza campaign, Hungry Howie’s offers its Flavored Crust pizzas in pink pizza boxes. For each pizza sold through October 30, the pizza franchise will make a donation to NBCF.

When paying for their food, customers can also provide an additional contribution to NBCF by rounding up the total to the nearest dollar.

“Hungry Howie’s is proud to be a continued partner of NBCF,” Hungry Howie’s CEO Steve Jackson said in a statement. “Early detection is the best way to beat breast cancer, and NBCF focuses its work with underserved communities, providing education and lifesaving services to women across the country.”

With more than 525 locations in 21 states, Hungry Howie’s is known for its Flavored Crust pies. The eight flavors include butter, butter cheese, Cajun, garlic herb, onion, ranch, sesame and Asiago cheese.