LIVINGSTON, NJ — Healthy Community Healthy Youth (HCHY), a collaborative partnership between youth and adults creating a community where all young people thrive, is hosting a three-day fundraiser at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in the Livingston Town Center.
The community is invited to enjoy lunch, dinner, dine-in or take-out on Monday, Oct. 12 and Tuesday, Oct. 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. immediately following the Livingston Color Run. Mention “HCHY” and Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, located at 8119 Town Center Way in Livingston, will generously donate 20 percent of each order.
HCHY has strong volunteer support in the community, including: the Children’s Theatre of Livingston (CTL), Livingston Skate Park, Livingston Robotics Club (LRC), proposed Teen Center, Livingston Animal Shelter, Bike Livingston, Community Action Club (CAC), Food Day Committee, and “Stuff the Bus” food drive to support Livingston’s food pantry Community Hunger Outreach Warehouse (CHOW).
“This is a super opportunity to have a great meal to benefit HCHY, who is so active in the community,” said Alan Karpas, President of HCHY.
Livingston’s HCHY is committed to becoming a true “Community of Promise.” The Five Promises and HCHY’s efforts in these areas are: Caring Adults Safe Places to Gather A Healthy Start in Life Effective Education Opportunities to Serve.
“Our family always enjoys the food at this new local establishment and I look forward to treating ourselves a few times to help HCHY,” said Martha Ackermann, secretary of HCHY.