WELLS FARGO ADVISORS LUNCHEON TO AID WSSA VAN PURCHASE
California Pizza Kitchen has partnered with The Winston School San Antonio to raise funds for a new school activity van on Thursday, September 26, 2013. When WSSA parent, Jackie Cohn, Senior Client Associate of Cohn Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, learned of this event, she took it to her boss. On Thursday, employees at Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC will enjoy pizza for lunch.
Bill Lee, Senior Vice President – Complex Manager of Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC in San Antonio is happy to support our upcoming fundraiser dubbed “Pizza with a Purpose.” “If I can treat my employees to lunch and give to a good cause at the same time, that makes sense to me. The Winston School San Antonio is known throughout Texas and the country for its unique curriculum aimed at assisting elementary, middle, and high school students who have learning differences. It’s a wonderful school, in our own back yard, that creates a positive learning environment for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADD, ADHD, and organizational issues, etc. Because these kids get the help they need, many of them, approximately 85 percent, go on to college or other institutions of higher learning.”
To participate, print out the CPK flier from the icon at www.winston-sa.org, present this flier at either San Antonio location of California Pizza Kitchen and CPK will donate 20% of the cost of your purchase on September 26, 2013 to WSSA. Deliveries do not count for this offering.
The Winston School San Antonio offers a personalized college preparatory education for students with average to high potential and identified learning differences. A Winston School graduate is confident, well-rounded and a lifelong self-advocate. Located in the medical center at 8565 Ewing Halsell, WSSA also serves as a research center and educational resource for South Texas on learning disabilities. WSSA partners with local universities to train teachers, health and medical professionals and others who interact with persons with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, neuro-processing differences, ADD, ADHD and more.