Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House hosting National Coffee Day Celebration to Support Children with Dyslexia.

Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House (903 S. 9th Street in the Italian Market) announces their signature National Coffee Day celebration on Saturday, September 26th, 2020 with an all-day fundraising effort to support children with Dyslexia. 

This all-day event compliments the company’s fundraising efforts through their “Coffee for a Cause” initiative. The 2020-2021 beneficiary is Our Lady of Hope Regional School in Blackwood, NJ, supporting the school administration’s commitment to further improve reading literacy for all students, including students with dyslexia. The all-day fundraiser ends with the 3rd Annual Al Fresco Dinner on the Italian Market.  A collaborative effort with local businesses including Talluto’s, DiBruno Bros., Ralph’s Italian Restaurant, 12 Steps Down, Rosa Foods, Triple Play Sports and others. 

“Celebrating National Coffee Day gives us an opportunity to bring our community together while raising awareness about dyslexia, its prevalence in our schools and how to help children overcome it,” said Anthony Anastasio, owner of Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House. 

On Saturday September 26th beginning 9am, Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House will be giving out FREE cups of coffee for everyone providing a donation. 100% of all donations will be sent to the school.  20% of ALL SALES for the day will be also be donated to honor the 20% of the population with dyslexia. 

Family fun activities are planned throughout the day and the event will end with the fundraising pasta dinner al fresco style on the Italian Market, beginning at 6pm. 

Dinner Tickets are now available online at
All social distancing protocols will be followed throughout the day & for the outdoor dining event.

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