Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Palm Beach Gardens will continue its tradition of giving back to the South Florida community when it hosts its third “Give Back Night” on Tuesday, June 9, in support of Quantum House, the West Palm Beach-based hospitality house for the families of children being treated in local medical facilities. Open for both dining in and takeout, guests simply have to mention that they are dining in support of Quantum House to their server or upon checkout to help support the initiative. Twenty percent of the day’s dine-in and carry out sales will be donated.
Due to COVID-19 hospital limitations, closures, and enhanced safety protocols, West Palm Beach-based Quantum House’s mission to provide families of children being treated in area hospitals with a safe place to stay has been paramount. The donations from “Give Back Night” will help support the compassionate care that Quantum House is known for and aid in their efforts to increase sanitation, safety, and comfort during these challenging times.
Anthony’s philanthropic endeavor resumes this month after the restaurant chain’s community-focused response to COVID-19 took off in April. For two weeks, each pizza purchased across the restaurant’s South Florida locations corresponded to a large pie donated to Feeding South Florida to help families impacted by the pandemic. Over the course of the two weeks period, Anthony’s donated 10,000 pizzas to the organization.
“Give Back Night” is being hosted exclusively at the Palm Beach Gardens location: 2680 PGA Boulevard. Please call (561) 804-7777 or visit the website to place to-go orders.