Woman Wins Free Pizza For A Year And Donates Every Slice To A Homeless Shelter
September 11, 2016
A 19-year-old from Detroit won a year's worth of free pizza and donated every last slice to the less fortunate.
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Hannah Spooner said from the moment Little Caesar's called to say she won the drawing for $500 worth of free pizza for a year, she knew she wanted to give it all to a worthy cause.
"Detroit is going through a lot of negativity," Spooner told Inside Edition. "I wanted somewhere close to home that would be affected by my donation."
She then connected with a few non-benefits in the territory. In the end, she settled on Covenant House Michigan, an office for destitute youth.
Carolyn Millard, the development manager of the shelter, said they serve three meals a day for any youth in need. And like any youth, pizza is their favorite.
"They love pizza. They get very excited," Millard said.
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