Donatos Pizza joins FCMH Foundation to fight breast cancer


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Doug DeVilbiss, Washington C.H. and Wilmington Donatos Pizza owner, and Chelsie Hornsby, Fayette County Memorial Hospital director of business development.


Donatos Pizza, 1211 Columbus Ave. in Washington C.H., is partnering with the Fayette County Memorial Hospital Foundation to raise funds to support their efforts to assist those with breast cancer in Fayette County.

Donatos is bringing back their pink box campaign until Oct. 31. Donatos will donate 50 cents for every large pizza sold at regular price through the month of October to benefit the FCMH Foundation.

“Donatos Pizza and its customers have the opportunity to once again work with the FCMH Foundation to support such a great cause,” said Doug and Carrie Loving DeVilbiss, Donatos owners. “This is the sixth year that we have raised funds to help cancer patients in Fayette County and to date, this program has raised over $4,000. We once again are so excited to be able to help such a great cause this year. Both of our mothers were affected by this disease and we want to continue the fight against breast cancer and help those who are in need.”

Call Donatos at 335-8000 or order online at donatos.com.

Doug DeVilbiss, Washington C.H. and Wilmington Donatos Pizza owner, and Chelsie Hornsby, Fayette County Memorial Hospital director of business development.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/10/web1_Donatos-Pink-Box-2017.jpgDoug DeVilbiss, Washington C.H. and Wilmington Donatos Pizza owner, and Chelsie Hornsby, Fayette County Memorial Hospital director of business development.

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