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Mia Bella Restaurant hosting food drive for community needs

Pictured left to right – Virginia Merida, Rick Polendo, Vickie Coates, Marcos Garcia, Jose Gonzales, Chef Javier Espinoza-Castillo, Connie Esposito, Sabrina Castillo and Justin Pritts..

Mia Bella Trattoria Restaurant, near First Colony Mall at 16535 Southwest Freeway, has a special offer to diners who participate in the Food Drive to help East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry.

Mia Bella diners who bring five (5) non-perishable food items to the restaurant between now and September 24, will receive a complimentary appetizer, valued up to $10.95 (limit one appetizer per table). “It is important to us at Mia Bella to take an active part in helping our neighbors in need in Fort Bend County,” said Rick Polendo, Managing Partner of Mia Bella Trattoria Sugar Land. “We are excited to partner with East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry to help restock the Food Pantry and to bring awareness of the hunger situation in our community.”

“Our goal is to collect 500 pounds of non-perishable food which will be donated to East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry to help make sure families in need in our community have enough to eat,” said Polendo. Specializing in Italian food with a twist.

For information visit or follow on facebook at Mia Bella Trattoria Sugar Land.

Since 1990, East Fort Bend Human Needs Ministry has been helping Fort Bend residents who are struggling to make ends meet by providing food and emergency assistance to over 3,000 people a month. For more information about EFBHNM visit, follow on facebook or call 281.261.1006.

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