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This is our yearly Grand Traverse Pie Certificate Fundraiser for 22 2 None. Everyone loves pie and these are great for gifts with the coming holidays. The monies raised from this fundraiser support our annual Drew Kostic Memorial 5K Tough Run (DK5K), our Transitional Housing Project for veterans at the South Boardman School, and all the everyday needs we address on an on-going basis for our local veterans. With your help, our mission is possible and continues. Together we can Fight the Fight!
In store value of the certificates is $20.00 - they are good for one year, do not carry over a balance, nor can they be redeemed for cash back. You are encouraged to use the full value of the certificate at the time of redemption. Certificates can be used to purchase any items on the bakery or food menus. NOTE: These are now accepted at all locations however it is encouraged that you redeem them at the Traverse City locations.
We will be collecting orders from September 1 - November 3. Certificates will be handed out shortly after, though we will try to periodically obtain some and get them to you as we go. If you have any questions please reach out to rundk5K@gmail.com.
Certificates are $20 each. Grand Traverse Pie Company is generously donating $5 a certificate back to 22 2 None. To purchase your certificates, click on the Purchase or STORE button at the top of the page.
For more information about us and our mission, see our website at 222none.org.
22 2 NONE has a board made up of veterans who are passionate about raising awareness to the alarming rate of veterans committing suicide every day: It adds up to over 8000 per year. Along with raising awareness, we have helped our local veteran community in many ways; including utility bills, mortgage and rent payments, vehicles and repairs, or even simply a listening ear. These small gestures can be lifesaving, literally.
With your help, we can better the lives of our veterans and reduce the stressors that can sometimes be too much to bear. You will not only be making a donation, but an investment in the lives of veterans in our community.
Watch this short video to learn more about us and the impact we are making in our veteran community.