This pizza place in Philedelphia has changed the lives of the city’s poor with post-it-notes and kindness

Philadelphia pizza $1 homeless

In 2013 Mason Wartman left his high flying job on Wall Street to open a hole in the wall restaurant, bringing the popular New York $1 pizza slice idea to Philadelphia. He named it Rosa’s Fresh Pizza and nowadays they dish up a whole load of hope and generosity to the city on the side.
Philadelphia pizza $1 homeless

One day a customer walked in and enquired whether they could pre-pay for a slice of pizza, to be given to the next person who asked for help. He claimed he has been inspired by a practice in Italy called ‘cafe suspero‘ or ‘suspended coffee’, where customers can…

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