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Jack In The Box Backs Steven’s Hope

Ten foothill area Jack In The Box locations are teaming up to help support Steven’s Hope for Children by collecting $1 donations to help support families of seriously ill or injured children.

Each store will be collecting donations through July 31.

Jack In The Box stores helping to make a difference $1 at a time.

Jack In The Box stores helping to make a difference $1 at a time.

Azusa: 877 E. Alosta Ave., Azusa, CA

Covina: 535 S. Citrus Ave., Covina, CA

Fontana: 3910 Sierra Ave., Fontana, CA

Los Alamitos: 11250 Los Alamitos Blvd., Los Alamitos, CA

Ontario: 1551 E. 4th St., Ontario, CA

Ontario: 2710 Riverside Dr., Ontario, CA

Ontario: 2458 S. Vineyard Ave., Ontario, CA

Rancho Cucamonga: 11767 Foothill Blvd., Rancho Cucamonga, CA

San Dimas: 1125 W. Arrow Hwy., San Dimas, CA

Upland: 611 West Foothill Blvd. Upland, Ca 91786

Inland Empire Jersey Mike’s Stores Giving 100%

Twenty-five area Jersey Mike’s Subs locations are supporting Steven’s Hope for Children as part of the Month of Giving in March.   The campaign brings awareness to local charities across the country.  For the fourth year in a row, Steven’s Hope for Children is part of this growing event.

It started with one store in Norco. Then, in 2013 8 stores were supporting Steven’s Hope.  Last year, the number rose to 21. This year, that number is 25!

What makes the event even more amazing is that on Wednesday, March 25, Jersey Mike’s will donate 100% of the sales in all store to the charities being supported.  So come in to one of the stores listed below and support Steven’s Hope by enjoying an authentic sub sandwich.

Location
Address Phone #
Apple Valley 19179 Bear Valley Road, Ste. 8, Apple Valley, Ca. 92308 760-247-3872
Chino 12152 Central Ave. Chino, Ca 91710 909-627-9555
Corona South 2150 California Ave. Ste.112 Corona, Ca 92881 951-272-6453
Corona-McKinley 350 N. McKinley Street #105 Corona, Ca 92878 951-736-6453
Eastvale 12569 Limonite Ave. Ste.320 Eastvale, Ca 91752 951-360-6453
Glendora 865 W. Route 66, Suite A, Glendora, CA 626-335-5888
Lake Elsinore 31800 Grape Street Unit C Lake Elsinore, Ca 92532 951-674-5860
LaVerne 2212 Foothill Blvd, La Verne, CA 91750 909-593-1977
Moreno Valley 12625 Frederick St #103 Moreno Valley, Ca. 92553 951-413-1888
Murrieta-Clinton Keith 27614 Clinton Keith Road Ste.101 Murrieta, Ca 92652 951-301-4433
Murrieta-Madison 25359 Madison Ave. Ste.109 Murrieta, Ca 92562 951-696-5111
Norco 1411 Hamner Ave Ste.104 Norco, Ca 92860 951-279-6453
Ontario 1150 East Philadelphia Street Ste.105 Ontario, Ca 91761 909-773-1019
Rancho Cucamonga 8880 Foothill Blvd. Rancho Cucamonga, Ca 91730 909-944-3400
Redlands 10040 Alabama Street Ste.D Redlands, Ca 92374 909-798-5588
Riverside #1 -Alessandro 497 East Alessandro Blvd Riverside, Ca 92508 951-776-2494
San Dimas 466 N. Lone Hill Ave., San Dimas, CA 91773 909-305-8858
Temecula-Redhawk 32068 Temecula Parkway Ste.300 Temecula, Ca 92592 951-303-3600
Upland North 1945 North Campus Ave. Ste.A Upland, Ca 91784 909-931-0773
Upland South 367 S. Mountain Ave.  Upland Ca 91780 909-920-6888
Yucaipa 33423 Yucaipa Blvd, Yucaipa, Ca 92399 909-790-7030

Jersey Mike’s Subs’ Giving Brings National Exposure To Steven’s Hope

JerseyMikeRecapJersey Mike’s Subs has selected Steven’s Hope for Children as one of four charities nationwide to be a featured charity” as part of the recently completed Month of Giving CampaignOver eighty charities across the country participated in the annual event that highlights the company culture of giving back to the community.  Over $1.7 Million were raised in the month of March.

Eight Jersey Mike’s Subs locations from the Inland Empire collected donations during the month of March and participated in the Day of Giving on March 27.  On the Day of Giving, Jersey Mike’s Subs donates 100% of the sales from the stores to the selected charities.  The stores supporting Steven’s Hope were in Glendora, LaVerne, Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, Norco, Eastvale and Murietta.  Collectively, the stores raised over $35,000.

Jersey Mike’s Month Of Giving To Help Steven’s Hope

PRESS RELEASE

Steven's Hope for Children

STEVEN’S HOPE FOR CHILDREN & JERSEY MIKE’S SUBS

TEAM UP FOR MONTH OF GIVING IN MARCH

“Day of Giving” March 27

UPLAND, CA, 3/1/13 –  Steven’s Hope for Children is joining forces with Jersey Mike’s Subs restaurants throughout the Inland Empire area for the 3rd Annual March “Month of Giving” fundraising campaign to support the families of seriously ill or injured children during  a child’s extended treatment and care.  The campaign will culminate in the nationwide event, Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving” on Wednesday, March 27.

During the month of March, customers can make a donation to Steven’s Hope at any area Jersey Mike’s restaurant.  Then on March 27, a special nationwide celebration, “Day of Giving,” will take place at all Jersey Mike’s locations to benefit 86 different charities including hospitals, youth organizations, food banks and more.

On that day, Inland Empire residents are invited to come in to a local Jersey Mike’s restaurant and enjoy a delicious sub meal.  All area Jersey Mike’s restaurants will donate 100 percent of the day’s sales to Steven’s Hope for Children.

Local Jersey Mike’s restaurants participating include: Eastvale- 12569 Limonite Ave., Ste 320; Upland-1945 N. Campus Ave, Suite A; Murietta- 25359 Madison Avenue, Suite 109; Norco-1411 Hamner Ave., #104; Rancho Cucamonga-8880 Foothill Blvd; Redlands- 10040 Alabama Street, Suite D; Glendora, 865 W. Route 66, Suite A; La Verne- 2212 Foothill Blvd.

“Jersey Mike’s is helping to change and positively impact lives around the country,” said Tony Cappelli, co-founder and President of Steven’s Hope for Children. “To be part of the Month of Giving and the Day of Giving helps Steven’s Hope for Children feed, clothe and support families with seriously ill children. Together we are saving lives.”

Cappelli added, “There is an opportunity for everyone in the area to help us impact a child, a family.  It’s as simple as donating $1 or more during the month at one of the eight area stores and ordering a sandwich on March 27. We need everyone to talk about this, share it, tweet it, and put a hash tag on it.  The collective effort of the community for this month can last a lifetime.”

Last year’s Month of Giving campaign raised nearly $858,000 for 74 different charities nationwide. Since 2010, Jersey Mike’s locations throughout the country have raised more than $5 million for worthy local charities and distributed more than 500,000 free sub sandwiches to help numerous causes.

“I would like to extend a personal invitation to come in and enjoy a Jersey Mike’s sub during our Month of Giving in support of one of your local charities,” said Peter Cancro, Jersey Mike’s founder and CEO, who started the company when he was only 17 years old.  “The opportunities to give are all around us so we hope this March, you will join us to make a difference in someone’s life.”

For more information about Jersey Mike’s Subs Month of Giving please visit: http://www.jerseymikes.com.

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About Steven’s Hope for Children

Steven’s Hope for Children, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Upland, CA, was started by Tony and Sandy Cappelli after their son, Steven, died from heart complications only 32 hours after birth. Through their loss, Tony and Sandy felt compelled to help families with seriously ill or injured children. Each year they help hundreds of families through their programs by providing temporary housing, food, emotional support, clothing and other necessities to needy families.

For more information about Steven’s Hope for Children, call 866-3-STEVEN or visit the website at www.stevenshope.org. Steven’s Hope for Children is located at 1014 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite B, Upland, CA.

About Jersey Mike’s

Jersey Mike’s, a fast-casual sub sandwich franchise with more than 750 stores open and under development nationwide, has a long history of community involvement and support.  Started at the Jersey Shore in 1956, Jersey Mike’s serves authentic East Coast-style subs on fresh baked bread – the same recipe it started with over 50 years ago.  The company’s mission is to bring its customers the highest quality, freshest made sub in the industry and give back to the communities in which it operates. A store locator and franchise information for Jersey Mike’s can be found at www.jerseymikes.com.

SHFC Families Get “Quakes” at Ballpark Night

Over 5 dozen family members assisted by Steven’s Hope for Children have requested tickets to the Annual “Night At The Ballpark” in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.  This is one of the few opportunities donors and sponsors will be able to mingle with the families and children receiving benefits from the Inland Empire nonprofit organization.

Tickets are still available for the general public and sponsorships are still needed. Click here to view the flier about the event.

 

 

Bowling, Burritos, Chicken, Pasta and Winter Wonderland

Would you like to bowl for free?  Maybe get some food before or after for free, too?  Just make donations of toys to support the Winter Wonderland Project of Steven’s Hope for Children and it could all be yours for free!

One business is Brunswick Zone at 451 Foothill Blvd.in Upland. From now until December 8, bring in a new, unwrapped toy of $5 or more and get a free game of bowling.

If you’re in the mood for food,  here are great ways to help get some good food and help out a great cause.

DEVEMBER 5- Carino’s Italian Restaurant located at 12240 Foothill Blvd in Rancho Cucamonga is having their night with Steven’s Hope on Monday, December 5.  The SHSH Club (Students Helping Steven’s Hope) from Los Osos High School arranged to the restaurant to provide 25% of dinner proceeds to Steven’s Hope for each person that brings in this flyer. It’s even good on 1/2 off family platters. If you bring in a new, unwrapped toy, you’ll receive a dessert card for your next visit to Carino’s. There will also be a drawing for a $30 Carino’s gift card.  Be sure to bring your flyer.

DEVEMBER 7 – You could also go to Chipotle Mexican Grill on Wednesday, December 7 from 5PM – 8PM.  Drop off a newunwrapped toy worth $10 or more and get a free burrito, bowl, salad or tacos.  This offer is good at either the 1092 N. Mountain Avenue in Upland or 10811 Foothill Blvd., in Rancho Cucamonga.

DECEMBER 1 through 9 – Chik-Fil-A  will give out a free chicken sandwich for donations of new toys or boods donated at 12190 Foothill Blvd. in Rancho Cucamonga. This special offer is on from December 1st through 9th.

Chipotle Restaurants To Host Tasty December 7th

Chipotle Restaurants in Upland and Rancho Cucamonga are doing a special toy drive for Steven’s Hope for Children on December 7.  Guests who donate a new, unwrapped gift for the Winter Wonderland Project will receive free food.

When guests bring in a new unwrapped toy valued at $10+, during this timeframe on Wednesday, December 7th, they will receive a free burrito, bowl, order of tacos, or salad.

The toy drive will take place at Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurants in Upland
and Rancho Cucamonga. The toy drive does not include the Victoria Gardens location.

Steven’s Hope in Upland helping kids during holidays and year round

Sandra Emerson, Staff Writer

Created: 11/21/2011 06:02:53 AM PST

(Will Lester/Staff Photographer) Tony and Sandy Cappelli, founders of Steven's Hope For Children in Upland, stand in their store Wednesday November 2, 2011.

UPLAND – For many seriously ill children and their families, Steven’s Hope for Children is Santa Claus.

“A lot of families send us pictures of their kids Christmas morning just beaming because they’ve gotten something,” Tony Cappelli said. “Whether it’s a game they really wanted or not they’re beaming because they got something and they didn’t expect it.”

Steven’s Hope provides housing and support to families of ill children. They have three apartments near Loma Linda University Medical  Center where families can stay during their child’s treatments.

Through Winter Wonderland, sick children and their siblings submit their holiday gift wishes. A donor will sign up to fulfill those wishes.

Last year they gave out more than 3,800 gifts to more than 1,000 children from six local hospitals.

“It’s a prayer that we get all the wishes filled. It’s a little scary when you head out into an economy like this, but last year we exceeded everything that we could imagine,” Sandy Cappelli said. “I’m just praying we get enough to get all the kids sponsored again. Our goal is to hit over 1,000 again.”

Similar to many nonprofits, Steven’s Hope is working hard to stay afloat financially, but have seen donations grow for its Wonderland program.

“People they don’t have money,” Sandy Cappelli said. “This is why it’s such a huge program for us because they all want to deliver toys. I can’t get a check, but I can get toys, which is good. We’re making the best of that and helping as many people as we can help through that.”

This year they are looking for toys and sponsorships for two holiday parties in December.

Donors also can hold toy drives to help provide toys for the children at the parties.

“They all sit there holding this gift form Santa Claus, because Santa is the one who delivers it, – to see their little faces and to watch them open these gifts – it is so fun,” Sandy Cappelli said. “They don’t even know we load their trunk up for Christmas.”

Because the Cappellis want to continue to see those happy smiling faces, they are kicking off a new program that will spread the Christmas spirit year round.

“We just don’t want the spirit of Christmas to end on Dec. 25,” Tony Cappelli said.

They are looking for funding to support 25 families throughout the year with gift cards for food and gas as well as family celebrations.

Since their inception more than 10 years ago, Steven’s Hope has become more than housing.

Not only does it provide gifts for sick children and their families at Christmas, it also has two kids clothing boutiques, and try to support families with food, gas cards and family events.

Steven’s Hope opened the two boutiques, one next to their office at 1014 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite C and one in Rancho Cucamonga at 10730 Foothill Blvd., Suite 170.

They offer gift cards to their boutique for parents to buy their children clothing and toys.

The proceeds from the boutiques go to fund their programs and apartments.

“It adds up. It really does,” Sandy Cappelli said. “I just feel like we’re not just about one thing. We’re about hitting the needs of what the families are. We look at their situation and we can accommodate what needs to be done. ”

For more information on Steven’s Hope and its programs visit www.stevenshope.org

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– sandra.emerson@inlandnewspapers.com, 909-483-8555, @UplandNow

Echo-Factory Designs New Steven’s Hope Website

Through the generosity of a special donor, Steven’s Hope for Children has unveiled its new website.

“We are really excited about being able to use new technology to be able to communicate more effectively with our donors, volunteers and, of course, our families,” said Steven’s Hope President, Tony Cappelli.  “The roll out will be in several phases and should be 100% complete before the end of the year.”

Rancho Cucamonga based Echo-Factory has been working with Steven’s Hope for over a year in creating the layout.   Mike Schaffer, who had met Cappelli several years ago, has been working with his staff and Andrew Hoehn to make the site launch finally happen.

The rebuilding of the website was made possible with a gift from longtime Steven’s Hope supporters, Grace & Mike Vick of Upland.

“This advancement for Steven’s Hope is only possible because of Mike & Grace. Without their help the new site would not have happened.”