The great folks at Mojo Yogurt are teaming up with St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance again this holiday season to help ASU4Food and help their customers fight hunger in Arizona.
When a customer comes to any of the four Mojo Yogurt stores located across Phoenix and Tempe from now until Dec. 15, they will be asked to donate an additional 39 cents – that’s the cost of one extra ounce of frozen yogurt – to help end hunger. Proceeds benefit St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, the world’s first food bank.
With four locations and growing, Mojo Yogurt is a one-of-a-kind, self-serve yogurt shop quickly becoming the preferred choice among kids and parents. Mojo is popular not only for incredible yogurt, but for each store’s atmosphere and tasting experience of “peace and love.”
Mojo offers over 28 rotating flavors of fat-free frozen yogurt and a plethora of fresh toppings so that everyone can go home happy. Once you self-serve your frozen yogurt and toppings, you weigh it and pay 39 cents per ounce.
“We’re proud to be partnering with ASU and St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance in a cause that is near and dear to us,” said Hitesh Patel, co-founder of Mojo Yogurt. “It’s about spreading peace and love and happiness not only during the holidays, but every day. We invite everyone to come out and help us with our movement to help end hunger, and support ASU students to beat U of A!”
Every donation of 39 cents feeds three people. Everyone is invited to visit a Mojo Yogurt store and help ASU4Food compete against U of A students, and most importantly—to help fight hunger during this holiday season.
Mojo Yogurt Locations Partnering with St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance:
350 South Mill Ave.
2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy.
Biltmore Fashion Park
2502 E. Camelback Rd.
5410 High Street