Habitat for Humanity partners with pizza chain to raise funds

Little Caesars franchise raises $400 on World Habitat Day

Pictured from left are Kathleen Mundy, owner of Little Caesars Southwestern Ontario, and Heather Roberts of Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton.

Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton recently partnered with Little Caesars South Western Ontario to raise funds and awareness on World Habitat Day – Monday, October 2, with $1 from every pizza sold at locations in Sarnia and Corunna donated to the cause.

Little Caesars graciously donated $1 from every pizza sold at their Sarnia and Corunna locations to Habitat Sarnia/Lambton., with more than $400 raised.

The money will go toward the building of decent and affordable housing in Sarnia/Lambton.

Kathleen Mundy, the owner of Little Caesars South Western Ontario, said she was pleased with the event. “Our local Little Caesar’s team is honoured to have had the opportunity to partner with Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton and in a small way help build strong communities through affordable homeownership.”

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