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Pizza Company Helps Lure Potential Volunteers For The United Way

SAVANNAH, GA -

Marco's Pizza on Derenne Avenue offered free pizza, subs, and drinks to customers to help the United Way of the Coastal Empire. As patrons scarfed down on pizza non profit organizations such as Senior Citizens Incorporated, Union Mission, and Youth for a Cleaner Environment tried to recruit volunteers for their programs.

"Talking to them about how they can give back, what they are already doing, celebrating successes that are already existing in volunteerism but also trying to educate them and talk about new opportunities in the community," said United Way's Kim Fritz.

In April, United Way's Hands on Savannah program will recognize all the hard work volunteers do in the community. If you would like to nominate someone for an award just click here: http://www.handsonsavannah.org/

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