Sending Pretzel Love to The Sid Legacy Fund

Happy Wednesday, pretzel fans! November is really flying by fast for all of us here at Kim and Scott’s, especially with all the great DePaul University initiatives we’ve been lucky enough to help out with in recent weeks.

It’s no surprise we are pretty big fans of our Chicago community, and that goes for our surrounding schools as well. We always love to see DePaul Blue Demons at our Café Twist in Lincoln Park and when initiatives on campus come our way, we are more than ready to help out any way we can.

At Kim and Scott’s, we believe in the importance of empowering our youth and their education, so when we found out about the Sid Legacy Fund at DePaul University, we couldn’t wait to get involved and donate in any way we could.

Each year, the Sid Legacy Fund allows two deserving students from the Chicago Public School district to receive funding for four years of tuition at DePaul University. This legacy is dedicated to making a lasting difference on Chicago’s youth and community by offering financial assistance to obtain college degrees.

This month, the Sales Leadership Program at DePaul put on a bake sale to raise funds for the Sid Feldman Legacy donating 100% of the proceeds to this scholarship fund. When we heard our pretzels could help make a difference we were more than ready to donate!

The bake sale we participated in took place during DePaul’s recent finals week, where we donated 11 cases of our delicious Cheddar Jalapeno gourmet pretzels. We hope our delicious twisted snack helped keep all our hungry DePaul students happy during those long study sessions.

To find out how you can donate to this wonderful scholarship fund visit the Sid Feldman Legacy website!

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