Project Medishare | Suniland Shopping Center tenants pledge all proceeds from Grand Opening festivities to Project Medishare
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Suniland Shopping Center tenants pledge all proceeds from Grand Opening festivities to Project Medishare

  |   Earthquake Response, Media / Press

By Jennifer Browning

Tomorrow new Suniland Shopping Center tenants are pledging to donate all the proceeds from their Grand Opening festivities to Project Medishare’s “Save Haiti Saturday” relief fund.

New franchise Tutti Frutti and the wellknown Sir Pizza will open for business tomorrow. From 2-6 p.m, Terranova invites the community to come out and “shop for a cause” at their official Grand Opening. Suniland Shopping Center is located on S. Dixie Highway, between the 112th and 117th streets.

“Save Haiti Saturday” is a nationwide fundraising initiative to benefit Project Medishare/UM Global Institute for Haiti’s massive medical relief effort. The more money that is raised, the more support that can be provided to Mediashare’s team of doctors, nurses and rescue workers who are working tirelessly around the clock performing surgeries and taking care of the sick and wounded during this most critical time in Haiti.

All who are interested in the classic Miami pizza or a healthy sweet treat while supporting Haiti relief efforts are invited to attend.