Help kids in need during National Cheese Pizza Day! - Tucson News Now

Help kids in need during National Cheese Pizza Day!

Grab a slice and donate to a great cause at Fired Pie! Grab a slice and donate to a great cause at Fired Pie!
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Did you know? Sept. 5 is also National Cheese Pizza Day. 

And you can both grab a slice and donate to a great cause.

Fired Pie is in the studio to show off their delicious deal and how you can give to the No Kid Hungry campaign.

All September long, locally owned Fired Pie is taking part in the No Kid Hungry Campaign.

For Every $2 you donate to No Kid Hungry, you will get a dessert voucher for a free. 

All Fired Pie locations will offer half off their cheese pizza when you buy a drink.

Fired Pie is located at 350 E. Congress Street #150 or you can visit them at their Speedway location at 2645 E Speedway Blvd.

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