Pi Day at Norma's Cafe
Do you love pie? What about science, technology, engineering and mathematics? If you said yes to either, then Pi Day was made for you!
Norma's Cafe and Dallas Millennial Club are partnering together for the month of March to raise funds for Millennials for STEM! On Wednesday, March 14th (aka Pi Day!), we'll be donating a portion of sales, from all 5 locations, to Millennials for STEM. This money will fund programs for DFW students to become more involved with STEM and bring a brighter future to our youth.
Can't come by on the 14th? Then stop by anytime in March for a slice, or an entire pie, of our limited edition Mint Chocolate Mile High Pie! We are donating a portion of every sale of the Mint Chocolate flavor to Millennials for STEM. Want to place a big order for Pi Day? Send us an email to Q2F0ZXJpbmcgfCBOb3JtYXNDYWZlICEgY29t.
Who knew eating could do so much good?
Norma's Cafe Oak Cliff- 1123 W. Davis Street
Norma's Cafe North Dallas- 17721 N. Dallas Pkwy #130
Norma's Cafe Frisco- 8300 Gaylord Pkwy #19
Norma's Cafe Park Lane at Central- 9100 N. Central Expy #151
Norma's Cafe Plano- 605 W. 15th Street
More information on Millennials for STEM and Dallas Millennial Club:
Millennials for STEM, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused on educating and empowering the leaders of our next generation. As a non-profit organization, Millennials for STEM is dedicated to helping foster and develop Dallas area STEM education programs. By 2020, Millennials for STEM plans to raise over $250,000 to benefit STEM education through events and other worthwhile initiatives while also collaborating with brands like Google and GirlsWhoCode to create unique STEM experiences to inspire Generation Z for the future. Our feature event, STEM in the Park will bring the local community together to celebrate a "Super Bowl of Science" for students this summer.
The Dallas Millennial Club (DMC) is a service and social organization. Members of the Dallas Millennial Club must adopt a simple core philosophy that “The more people one serves, the more successful one becomes.” Established in 2016, DMC has already made a notable impact on the community through engaging networking events, volunteer opportunities with local organizations, and several sold out black-tie charity events. The organization was founded by Noble Madu, Broadrick Umeh, and Christiana Yebra.
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