Pizza chain to spread charity MODness

MOD Pizza is teaming up with CASA Youth Advocates to launch its annual Spreading MODness campaign.

The chain will donate $1 for every MOD-size pizza sold at its Glen Mills location to CASA Youth Advocates from Nov. 22 through Nov. 27. MOD Pizza Glen Mills is located at 1751 Wilmington Pike, according to a MOD Pizza press release.

“We couldn’t be happier to have been chosen by MOD Pizza as part of their Spreading MODness campaign this year,” CASA Youth Advocates Executive Director Anne Shenberger said in the release. “With the holidays fast approaching, a usually joyous time can oftentimes be difficult for children in the foster care system.”

Since 1992, CASA Youth Advocates has worked to ensure that each child in Delaware County’s child welfare system has a safe, permanent, and nurturing home. Delaware County CASA recruits and trains volunteer court-appointed special advocates to advise the courts on the best interests of an abused or neglected child, with support and guidance from CASA’s professional staff of social workers and attorneys.

In 2015 CASA expanded services to Chester County children. For more information, visit

“Our birthday is always a special week. It is a time when we spotlight the idea that ‘simply doing the right thing’ – taking care of one another and our communities – can have a lasting impact,” Ally Svenson, co-founder of MOD Pizza, said in the release. “Moments of generosity and gratitude happen daily in our stores, and we want to pay that forward to our communities.”



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