Albuquerque businesses providing assistance to Harvey effort | KOB 4

Albuquerque businesses providing assistance to Harvey effort

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Stefan Dill
September 04, 2017 01:56 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A number of Albuquerque eateries are getting behind the Harvey relief effort by donating proceeds to the cause:


According to the Red Cross, Papa Johns will donate $1 for every pizza sold next Tuesday (Sept . 5). See for a list of New Mexico stores.

Yanni's Mediterranean Bar and Grill will be donating the day's revenue from Sept. 6 to a Red Cross Houston relief.

Albuquerque area Domino’s Pizza stores will donate $2 for each large pizza sold on Wednesday, Sept. 6. 

Jersey Mike’s Subs is helping the Houston and Corpus Christi Food Banks. From Monday, Sept. 11, through Sunday, Sept. 17, stores will donate $1 from every regular sized #7 Turkey Breast and Provolone sub sold.


Some businesses choose to help by donating goods or services and/or collecting or coordinating donation efforts. Here's a list:    

Wells Fargo will collect donations through any ATM. The bank says 100 percent of donations will go to the Red Cross, and Wells Fargo customers will not be charged a fee for using the service.

U.S. Bank ATMs are also now accepting donations for American Red Cross disaster relief through Sept. 30. 

Staples is pairing up with Save the Children and has an online donation portal at this link.


Stefan Dill

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