Have compassion and pay what you can on April 14th at My Pie Pizza, benefiting the Harvest Compassion Center

Phoenix, AZ (March 11, 2020) – My Pie Pizza, a fast-casual pizza concept that offers customizable New York authentic recipes, is encouraging guests to have some compassion and pay what you can on April 14th at the My Pie Day of Compassion benefiting the Harvest Compassion Center.

“We are thrilled to partner with My Pie pizza restaurants for their Day of Compassion!  Feeding the local community takes an army of local partners and My Pie is stepping up the plate big time challenging every neighbor to get involved on April 14 to help feed those who go hungry daily.  There is no easier way then to enjoy a hot pizza as we show compassion to serve our hungry neighbors! No child should ever go to bed hungry, help us make sure this doesn’t happen,” Nicolee Thompson, HCC Executive Director.

On April 14th from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. – all three My Pie Arizona locations will encourage guests to have compassion and pay what they can – every $1 donated over regular menu price will be given to Harvest Compassion Center. My Pie Pizza will match every $1 raised.

Arizona Locations
My Pie Pizza Gilbert

3765 S. Gilbert Rd.

Gilbert, Arizona, 85297

My Pie Pizza Paradise Valley

12601 N. Tatum Blvd.

Phoenix, AZ, 85032

My Pie Pizza Tempe

777 S. College Ave. #102

Tempe, Arizona, 85281

At My Pie, guests are able to custom-build their dining experience by using homemade recipes and locally sourced ingredients. Each location makes its own doughs and sauces daily and pies cook up in a New York minute. The menu includes a variety of signature pizzas and calzones on your choice of white, gluten free or cauliflower crust. Other menu favorites include garlic knots, mamma’s meatballs, Mediterranean salad and fresh baked chocolate chip cookies.

“We are firm believers in supporting our local community and giving back to those in need. We’re very excited to have this opportunity to use our restaurants to raise month for the Harvest Compassion Center and to aid them in their mission to provide food and clothing to those in need of support,” said Ryan Mitchell, co-founder, My Pie Pizza.

For more information about My Pie, to find a location near you, or for franchise inquiries, please visit www.pizzayourway.com. For more information about Harvest Compassion Center, visit www.Harvestcompassioncenter.org.

About My Pie Pizza

At My Pie we pride ourselves in being your neighborhood pizzeria. Our New York authentic pies are built to order using homemade recipes from our family archives. Our motto is local, fresh, fast! We love to source our produce locally, we make all of our doughs and sauces fresh daily and our pies cook up in a New York minute. Once you taste a My Pie you’ll be hooked! Our quality and flavor far surpass the competition and we’re sure you’ll feel the same way. My Pie is truly a modern classic. It is a place where each guest has the opportunity to custom build their own dining experience. For more information, to locate a My Pie near you and to view the complete menu, visit online at www.pizzayourway.com.