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Sandwich Chain to Donate Sales to Charity

Jersey Mike's, with a location in Redlands, will donate 100 percent of its March 27 sales to Steven's Hope for Children.

Residents across the region will have the chance to enjoy a sandwich and help a local charity Wednesday.

All Inland Empire area Jersey Mike’s stores will donate 100 percent of its sales March 27 to Steven’s Hope for Children, a charity that helps families with temporary housing when a child is hospitalized during a severe illness or injury, often times working with families at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.

The donation drive is part of the sandwich chain’s “Month of Giving” campaign at stores nationwide. Stores in different regions will donate sales to other local charities.

“Jersey Mike’s is helping to change and positively impact lives around the country,” said Tony Cappelli, co-founder and President of Steven’s Hope for Children, in a news release. “To be part of the Month of Giving and the Day of Giving helps Steven’s Hope for Children feed, clothe and support families with seriously ill children. Together we are saving lives.”

Local Jersey Mike’s restaurants participating include: Eastvale - 12569 Limonite Ave., Ste 320; Upland - 1945 N. Campus Ave, Suite A; Murietta - 25359 Madison Avenue, Suite 109; Norco - 1411 Hamner Ave., #104; Rancho Cucamonga - 8880 Foothill Blvd; Redlands - 10040 Alabama Street, Suite D; Glendora - 865 W. Route 66, Suite A; La Verne - 2212 Foothill Blvd.

The 2012 “Month of Giving” campaign raised $858,000 for 74 local charities, according to the news release.

“I would like to extend a personal invitation to come in and enjoy a Jersey Mike’s sub during our Month of Giving in support of one of your local charities,” said Peter Cancro, Jersey Mike’s founder and CEO, in the news release.  “The opportunities to give are all around us so we hope this March, you will join us to make a difference in someone’s life.”

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