MORRIS PLAINS — Rose House, a Morris Plains-based nonprofit organization that provides housing and care for community members with developmental disabilities, announces a partnership with Calabria Restaurant & Pizzeria. On Monday, November 14, 2022, the Livingston, New Jersey establishment will donate 10% of its sales generated from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at its “Autumn Charity Event.”
“This event marks our third restaurant partnership of its kind, but our first in Essex County,” said Rose House CEO Tom Mitchell. “Although all our homes are located in Morris County, we believe Calabria’s positive, 40-year reputation in the Livingston community will be the best location to expand our range of recognition and support.”
Mitchell noted that the pizza’s high quality was also a factor in working with Calabria. It was recently visited by Barstool Sports Founder Dave Portnoy who rated the restaurant’s pizza at an astounding 8.9 during his 1,000th review.
Takeout and delivery options will be honored at the event. Rose House will have an information table to learn more about the organization, as well as an opportunity to meet a resident of its Hanover, New Jersey independent living apartments. Calabria is located at 588 South Livingston Avenue. For more information click here.
Rose House, a non-profit organization based in Morris County, creates forever homes that make dreams come true for those with special needs. It offers customized, self-directed programs to meet every need. The organization’s vision is a future-inclusive community, where everyone has a loving home. For more information click here.