Col’Cacchio has launched a new initiative – #MyColCacchio features limited edition pizza or mains, with R5 of each special dish going to a selected community charity, and dishes available exclusively in certain regions. Col’Cacchio Co-Founder and CEO, Kinga Baranowska says, “It’s a chance to have some fun, support the hard-hit restaurants in our communities while giving back to a local charity.”
The meals on offer include Col’Cacchio’s CBD oil pizza, known as the Not So Plain Mary Jane will be making a limited edition return at Col’Cacchio restaurants in Cape Town’s southern suburbs and funds raised will benefit StreetSmart. At Durban Col’Cacchio restaurants the sensational, local favourite Bunny Chow Calzone is in the spotlight, and the R5.00 donation per meal supports Save the Children. The Gnocchi Manzo Ragu will be showcased exclusively during #MyColCacchio at Col’Cacchio pizzerias in Johannesburg’s northern suburbs with funds raised benefitting the Ikemeleng Foundation.
Communities in Cape Town’s northern suburbs will be brought together by the popular, limited edition Local is Lekker Pizza featuring biltong as the hero ingredient. Funds raised at these Col’Cacchio outlets will support Durbanville Children’s Home.
Local flair comes to life at Halaal-certified Norwood, Canal Walk and V&A Waterfront Col’Cacchio with the scintillating masala-inspired dishes. Every meal sold results in a donation to Rise Against Hunger and Igardi Project in support of their respective local communities.