Limitless Free Pizza for 2 Great Causes

Available at the Streets of Hope Shelter 6pm-9pm, nightly, at the Streets of Hope offices, and at your church. Call 443-764-4249 or email to order.

Ever gotten a deal so good that it not only helps you save, but saves others? This holiday season, Streets of Hope and Heroes Helping Heroes are partnering together with Papa John's for a Saveraiser you don't want to miss.

$20 gets you a coupon for a free large pizza with the purchase of a
large pizza of equal or lesser value. Use this coupon OVER AND OVER AGAIN until it expires on August 31, 2017.

$10 to Streets of Hope, $10, to Heroes Helping Heroes.

We have these coupon cards available all season. Cards will be available at multiple locations, and can be used at Papa John's locations throughout the Baltimore area.

For those who don't know, here's a little more about Heroes Helping Heroes:

HeroesHelping Heroes (HHH), a nonprofit organization located in the Eastern Baltimore area, provides free after school care and summer enrichment programming for at-risk students. HHH’s unique daily program achieves positive, measurable outcomes for students in grades K-12. This year 120 students are enrolled at one of three sites in eastern Baltimore County – The Salvation Army Middle River Boys and Girls Club, Middle River Middle School, and Martin Boulevard Elementary School.

HHH’s unique Youth Development System blends a three-pronged program of academic support, personal development through community service at Kennedy Krieger Institute, and teamwork through athletics--primarily basketball leagues in Middle and High School.  Not only is HHH making an immediate impact with current students, HHH has some amazing success stories, including an alum who is currently a student in medical school and one who is being watched and recruited for college football.

Some accomplishments include

·         100% promotion rate to the next grade level. High school students have a 100% graduation rate. All graduates are presently enrolled, or have graduated from an accredited college, university, or training program, or enrolled in the military, or beginning career employment.

·         After entering the program, HHH's average student reduces his/her quarterly absenteeism from 7.4 days to 2.75 days. Before entering HHH, the students' mean grade point average was 1.7; enrolled students increased their mean grade point average to 2.7.

·         84% of youth participants improved their GPA from the prior year before entering our program as compared to their GPA from the last school year before entering our program.

·         80% of participants improved at least one letter grade in math. 85% of participants earned a C or better for their final grade in math.

·         78% of participants improved at least one letter grade in reading/language arts.

    The positive outcomes of HHH’s program are especially significant because participating students are from low income households, typically African American living in single parent families.  Students are often victims of neglect and have struggled to maintain consistent school attendance. High drop-out rates, gang activity, and violence are common occurrences.

HHH thanks Churches for Streets of Hope for their partnering on this fundraising venture, helping HHH to reach more students.