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Helping Haiti One Child at a Time

The nation's most delicious and eco-awesome restaurant, Pizza Fusion, continues to support relief for Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake that ravaged their capital city of Port-au-Prince.

Pizza Fusion is the proud co-sponsor of the VIP screening of "One Act of Kindness", a documentary by Cuban-American producer and actor David NoroƱa from NBC's Lipstick Jungle. The screening will take place at the Icon Brickell in Miami, Florida. the event is also sponsored by The Eco-Chamber, the World's first and only green Chamber of Commerce founded by Tia Diaz-Balart.

The documentary features the life-changing work of Three Angels Children's Relief, an orphanage, medical clinic and school located in Haiti. Three Angels is committed to changing the lives of 1000s in the heart of Haiti -- one child at a time -- before and after this most recent devastating earthquake.

The following day, Tuesday February 2nd, all Pizza Fusion restaurants will donating 10% of the days sales to Three Angels Children's Relief to help rebuild the orphanage which was destroyed in the recent earthquake. Please help us by spreading the word and "Donate by Dining" in one of restaurants.

Three Angels Children's Relief from David Norona on Vimeo.

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