Saint Louis, MO, December 09, 2023 — Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria invitations patrons to dine or order curbside pickup at its Town & Country location for the Italian eatery’s Giveback Tuesday occasion on December 19. The proceeds from the day will go to the Saint Louis Crisis Nursery (SLCN), a St. Louis-region nonprofit dedicated to the prevention of kid abuse and neglect and offering trauma-informed emergency intervention, 24-hour respite care, and help to households in disaster.
Twice a month, Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria incorporates a native nonprofit group and donates 100% of earnings from the total day to the charity. So far, Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria has donated $405,630 to native nonprofit organizations.
“The Saint Louis Crisis Nursery is the area’s premier youngster abuse and neglect company, and we’re so grateful to Katie’s Pizza and Pasta for supporting our necessary work!” stated the Saint Louis Crisis Nursery Senior Communications Director, Jane Beckman.
The nonprofit will use funds to bolster its Crisis Care program, offering short-term disaster companies, sometimes one to three days, for youngsters ages beginning to 12. The donation will assist present heat baths and beds, three every day meals and snacks, artwork and play remedy, medical exams, and extra for a protected and therapeutic atmosphere. Additional SLCN packages embody a 24-hour helpline, household empowerment, neighborhood outreach, and its Latinx Outreach Program.
Since 1986, the SLCN has devoted itself to maintaining youngsters protected from youngster abuse and neglect and has served over 135,000 youngsters in its almost 40 years of operation. “We forestall youngster abuse and neglect by supporting households earlier than a scenario can dissolve into one thing horrible for his or her youngsters,” stated Beckman. “99% of the Crisis Nursery youngsters haven’t confronted abuse or neglect earlier than their households can profit from our companies.”
SLCN supplies steady care 24 hours a day, twelve months a yr, serving households going through emergencies due to sickness, homelessness, home violence, or parental stress all through Greater St. Louis, southern Illinois, and surrounding areas.