Panera Bread has launched a fundraising campaign to support the Tornado relief efforts in Dayton!
Covelli Enterprises, Panera Bread’s largest franchisee, has launched a fundraising campaign to support relief efforts in the Dayton area following the Memorial Day tornado storms.
The "Chip in for Dayton" campaign will run now through June 16 at almost 100 Panera Bread locations in Dayton, Cincinnati/northern Kentucky, and central Ohio. During the campaign, Panera will donate 25 cents from every cookie sold to the Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund of The Dayton Foundation to support local relief efforts.
Ohio-native Sam Covelli, Owner and Operator of Covelli Enterprises, also donated 35,000 bottles of water last week to The Foodbank in Dayton. Covelli said the delivery was made possible thanks to the help of Covelli Enterprises’ partners Pink Ribbon Girls and United Building Materials.
“We’re doing all we can to help the situation in our Dayton-area neighborhoods, and we invite all other community stakeholders to do the same,” Covelli said. “Our goal is to give the people in the region as many ways to get involved in the relief effort as possible. We want the families affected to know they have our support and they are not alone in this.”
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