Sunday, 29 July 2012 by Keith Bahlmann
You can make a difference at Schlotzsky's in Belton or Temple on Thursday, July 19th from 5-10 p.m. during the "Taste of Hope" event benefiting Hope for the Hungry. Eat-in, Drive-Thru or Carry-out, 15 percent of all sales will go to support the ministry of Belton based, Hope for the Hungry.
Bring your family and friends, there is plenty of room at both Schlotzsky's locations in Temple and Belton. "Variety is the spice of life, so spice yours up with our oven-toasted sandwiches, gourmet pizzas, wraps, salads, soups, desserts" from Schlotzsky's and support Hope for the Hungry.
Plus, bring school supplies to help provide an education for children in Haiti. Hope for the Hungry helps provide a Christ-centered education to over 800 students at three schools in Haiti. The Taste of Hope event in April will be held at Schlotzsky's in Belton is located 1012 E. 2nd Ave right off IH-35.
Schlozsky's in Temple is located at 2668 S. 31st St., Suite A near Scott & White. All proceeds from the "Taste of Hope" event at Schlotzsky's will go towards Hope for the Hungry's efforts to "share the Bread of Life with a starving world."
In the organization's 30 years of existence, Hope for the Hungry has established work in 17 different countries, including the United States, in an effort to relieve the spiritual and physical poverty of the poorest of the poor both at home and across the globe. In addition to a local children's outreach right here in Belton, Hope for the Hungry, supports schools, orphanages and missionaries around the globe. For more information visit www.HopefortheHungry.org
Since 1971, Schlotzsky's has been the home of The Original® toasted sandwich. The menu has evolved with customers' tastes to include the highest quality sandwiches, pizzas, salads, and soups available today.
With more than 350 locations worldwide, Schlotzsky's is the fast-casual choice for a quick, healthful, and fresh dining experience.
For more information visit, www.schlotzskys.com orfor information about the Taste of Hope, visit www.thetasteofhope.org