MOD Pizza donating $1 per pizza to Make-A-Wish through Nov. 27

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TEAM Schostak Family Restaurants (TSFR), a Michigan-based family-owned restaurant group with an expansive portfolio of casual, quick service and family dining restaurants throughout the state, and its Brighton MOD Pizza restaurant located at 8605 W. Grand River Ave. are teaming up with locally-based Make-A-Wish® Michigan for its annual Spreading MODness campaign.

During Spreading MODness, a week in which the company and its restaurants focus on supporting at-risk youth and families, MOD Pizza in Brighton will donate $1 for every pizza sold to Make-A-Wish Michigan from Nov. 22-27. Joining over 175 nonprofits across the U.S. that will be the beneficiaries of Spreading MODness 2016, Make-A-Wish Michigan inspires and changes the loves of local children with life-threatening medical conditions by granting hundreds of wishes each year.

“The work of Make-A-Wish is truly inspiring and as we continue to witness the acts of generosity and gratitude that happen every day in our restaurants, celebrating MOD’s birthday with Spreading MODness is a fun and special way to pay that forward to our community,” said TSFR Brand Leader of MOD Pizza Jake Schostak. “Partnering with Make-A-Wish for Spreading MODness sets an example for how showing compassion for one another and completing a genuine deed can lead to others doing the right thing in our community – not only during this campaign, but throughout the year.”

This year celebrates the fourth year of Spreading MODness, and through its celebration of “Gratitude with Attitude,” each of MOD’s 182 stores will be supporting their local charity, with a goal to donate over $250,000.

“We could not be more excited to partner with our local MOD Squad to celebrate MOD Pizza’s birthday with our community,” said Karen Davis, Make-A-Wish Michigan president & CEO. “As we strive to provide experiences that can be a game-changer and play a unique, and vital, role in helping strengthen and empower Michigan children battling life-threatening medical conditions, we look forward to Spreading MODness to our local residents.”

To learn more watch Spreading MODness 2016 or visit our blog to see stories on how MOD is using their business as a platform for good.

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