If you want to join the cause but don’t live in Philly, you can check out https://squareup.com/market/rosas-fresh-pizza and buy slices for the homeless or buy apparel and rep the brand (proceeds benefit the needy.)
Wartman also encourages other businesses to do their part. “If you run a restaurant, set up a limited, affordable homeless menu that people can purchase. Simple, nourishing food that you can make with ingredients you already have.”
Because of Rosa’s, 8,500 slices have been purchased to feed someone in need. 30-40 homeless people are fed a day. The shop serves as kind of an equalizer for everyone to come together. “Sometimes homeless people buy them for other homeless people.”
Thank you, Mason Wartman, Rosa’s Fresh Pizza, and the generosity of the people of Philadelphia, for giving us one more (really good) reason to love pizza.