Hosted by the Children’s Service Board, this annual event raises funds on behalf of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago; specifically to assist in the development of groundbreaking programs such as Molecular Oncology and Bioinformatics.
This event welcomes many guests among the fashion elite for its competition of up-and-coming designers who seek the coveted Gold Coast Fashion Award. Most importantly, it brought thousands of people together who helped raise nearly $1,000,000, in style.
The evening was designated to help fund much needed melanoma research and to honor influential individuals who strive to make a noticeable difference in the melanoma community.
This fancy event had over 30 food and drink vendors, all of which was donated to the event! The Green and Gold Gala, Lane Tech’s largest community fundraising event, strives to raise funds to sustain the programs run by the school. There was a silent and live auction, and together they totaled nearly $100,000!
We’ll be back next year; stay golden Lane Tech!
On Friday, June 10th, our West Loop pizzeria brought deep dish pizzas to Whitney Young High School for the First Move Chess program.
The over 300 kids attending the event learned how to play chess, and enjoyed a deep dish pizza lunch! Between the chess games and the pizza, we would say the day was a total win for the kids…or maybe we should just say…checkmate!
Lou Malnati’s Pizzeria is looking for excited, enthusiastic individuals to join our family! We are hosting open interviews every Tuesday in June at Lou Malnati’s in River North. We invite you to attend and apply in person:
Please bring proof that you are legally eligible to work in the United States.
Bucktown/Wicker Park, Evanston, Gold Coast, Lawndale, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Square/North Center, Lincolnwood, Oak Park, Old Irving/Six Corners, River North, South Loop, West Loop
On Wednesday, April 6th, Lou’s Crew members from our West Loop pizzeria sampled pizza at a fundraising event for Skinner Bark Park at Madison Vine Wines. Nothing pairs better with a glass of fine wine than a slice of Lou Malnati’s deep dish pizza… at least, that’s what we always say!
This annual fundraising event helps Skinner Bark Park raise money for cleaning, maintenance, repairs, and improvements to the park. Dogs and their owners filled the store and there was even a photo booth set up to capture pictures of the dogs! Owners enjoyed wine and pizza while the dogs strutted their stuff for the camera.