In celebration of National Pi (3.14) Day, Norma’s Cafe, the original Dallas dining icon, has partnered with Dallas Millennial Club to raise funds for Millennials for STEM, a local
In celebration of National Pi (3.14) Day, Norma’s Cafe, the original Dallas dining icon, has partnered with Dallas Millennial Club to raise funds for Millennials for STEM, a local nonprofit dedicated to empowering Generation Z to learn, engage and build passion in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
A portion of sales from all five Norma’s Cafe locations on Wednesday, March 14th will be donated to Millennials for STEM. Additionally, Norma’s Cafe is bringing back the limited edition Mint Chocolate Mile High Pie and a portion of it’s sales throughout the month of March will directly benefit the organization.
“It’s our responsibility to educate future generations of opportunity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics and empower the youth to become leaders,” said Ed Murph, owner of Norma’s Cafe. “We’re honored to partner with Dallas Millennial Club and Millennials for STEM, and are thrilled about the passion they share for giving back to the Dallas-Fort Worth community.’”
Millennials for STEM is the benefitting organization of the Dallas Millennial Club, a service and social organization made up of young industry leaders, nationally recognized entrepreneurs, and local university alumni. Millennials for STEM focuses on educating and empowering the leaders of our next generation. By 2020, the organization hopes to raise more than $250,000 to benefit STEM education through events and other initiatives while also collaborating with brands who create unique STEM experiences to inspire Generation Z.
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