One of the first meals Amanda Berry wanted after nearly 10 years in captivity was a pizza from Angelo's Pizza in Lakewood.
That's a loyal customer.
Now, Angelo's is looking to show its appreciation.
The Lakewood pizzeria is hosting a May 16 fundraiser for Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, who were found this week in a Cleveland home after years in captivity.
Acccording to a flyer circulating around town — and making the rounds on social media — Angelo's will donate 100 percent of the proceeds from pizza sales to the women on May 16.
In addition, Angelo's employees are donating their hourly pay to raise money "for a very good cause."
Fox 8 reported on Wednesday that the Berry family dined on Angelo's pizza for a celebratory meal together.
Angelo's customers can dine-in, pick up or have delivery. In any case, "if you eat Angelo's on May 16, your money will go to help people in need."
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