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Little Ceasars contributes to First Lady Jacqueline Wilson's Mission

April 27, 2016

Notorious for their classic “Hot-N-Ready,” premium stuffed crust, and signature crazy bread breadsticks, Little Caesars has been winning over pizza lovers everywhere with their products for over 50 years. Little Caesars has newly partnered with First Lady’s Wayne State University Helping Individuals Go Higher Program by donating gift certificates to be redeemed in-store.

Without the unfailing support of local sponsors, the HIGH Program simply could not help students in need. Founded in 2013, the WSU organization is addressing poverty, hunger and homelessness of students enrolled at Wayne State. The program has already helped over 125 students reach their goal of graduating. The HIGH Program offers housing support, food, clothing, transportation services, textbooks, tuition help, and childcare assistance to students who are experiencing tough economic hardships.

It is First Lady, Mrs. Jacqueline Wilson, and her program’s mission to develop similar partnerships with like-minded organizations, like Little Caesars of Detroit, to inspire action that will result in the rebuilding of broken lives and restoration of dignity. We accomplish this vision together by delivering services, such as a hot meal, to unlock human potential that empowers students.

To order a Little Caesar’s pizza tossed with homemade dough, made with 100 percent mozzarella and Munster cheese, and the finest ingredients around visit their website at littlecaesars.com or call (313) 832-2200.

For more information regarding the WSU HIGH Program and its invaluable mission, contact (313) 577-9933 or visit us online at wsuhighprogram.com. Contributions from the Detroit community are critical in the execution of the First Lady’s mission. Help by making a donation. Together we can make dreams, and degrees, become reality.