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The Curbside Chronicle Annual Christmas Party

Our pals at the Curbside Chronicle host a Christmas Party each year at the Homeless Alliance, and we had the pleasure of sending some pizza their way. If you haven't heard of it yet, Curbside employs homeless individuals to sell a magazine they edit and develop as a nonprofit. This magazine is sold for $2 on curbs and corners around the city, and allows these people to earn a living selling a product instead of panhandling. Through Curbside they have helped dozens of people obtain their own housing and get off the streets. If you ever see someone slinging magazines in a green apron, you should definitely send a few dollars their way and check the magazine out!

For more info about Curbside: http://thecurbsidechronicle.org

Big Brothers / Big Sisters and the Lyric Theater

This December, everyone has a list of their own wants and needs, and the Lyric Theater helped dreams come true by hosting Big Brothers Big Sisters for a showing of A Christmas Carol. Having seen it on opening night, we knew they were in for a treat, and were more than happy to sling some great pizza pies for the lucky group of volunteers and members.

Special shoutout to Rachael Crawford and the Lyric team for finding ways to share the arts with the community. 

Classen Ten Penn and Eugene Field Elementary

This past month, we had the pleasure of partnering with Classen Ten Penn, a nonprofit organization serving the neighborhood between Classen, 10th, and Penn in Oklahoma City. Eugene Field Elementary is currently without a PTA, so Classen Ten Penn volunteered to throw them a PTA event with pizza provided by our Empire sister concept, Easy E. We are appreciative of the local initiatives to make OKC a better place, one pizza at a time!