Pizza. So simple, but so powerful.
It can be made a million ways and it seems we can never have our fill of it. It’s there at parties, on nights we don’t want to cook, early in the morning, late at night and office functions.
It can bring a whole lot of people together, if only for a short time. It can help create friendships and is a great conversation starter. Everyone has their favorite topping.
Pizza can also make a difference in people’s lives.
MODPizza held it’s grand opening on July 1 in the Madison Farm Shopping Center off of Freemansburg Avenue in Bethlehem Township and Third Street Alliance was the benefactor of 100 percent of the pizza sales during the day.
This is nothing new for the Seattle, Washington-based business. In every city they set up a shop, they choose a non-profit organization to receive the opening days’ pizza sales.
Executive Director Alisa Baratta asked how MODPizza heard of Third Street Alliance and was told the company has someone who is tasked the responsibility of researching and choosing non-profit organizations in the areas that they set up shop.
Well, we couldn’t be more happy to have this partnership with MODPizza. We were so excited, we blasted it out on out social media pages and to media outlets. We want to thank everyone who came out to MODPizza during the grand opening day. You helped make a difference, just by enjoying a pie or two.
MODPizza also know the importance of people. The company has a Bridge Fund, which is money collected during a soft opening day and can be used whenever an employee may need it.
And the folks that work at the MODPizza were all friendly and looked like they were enjoying their job. They will make you smile and feel welcomed as soon as you step into the door.
So, pizza can make a difference and we thank MODPizza for the difference they will make at Third Street Alliance.