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Public feeds Pastische’s passion for philanthropy

Citizen Staff Writer
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Order chicken soup from now until the end of the year at Pastiche Modern Eatery, 3025 N. Campbell Ave., and the restaurant will give the Community Food Bank $2 for every bowl and $1 for every cup.

The kitchen will keep the offering interesting throughout the year, as chicken will be the only constant in the changing varieties of chicken soup for Tucson’s soul.

Every dollar donated to the Food Bank provides $9 of food. Of those served by the Food Bank, 40 percent are children, 45 percent are working poor and 12 percent are seniors.

For June, Pastiche also rolls out Philanthropy with Phlavor month, with 5 percent of every check donated to the charity of your choosing.

Pastiche is open 11:30 a.m.- midnight Mondays-Fridays and 4:30 p.m.-midnight Saturdays and Sundays. Phone is 325-3333.


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