Kicking off in April, National Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month, Beck’s Cajun Café will donate 10% of Po Boy sales on Wednesdays to the PSPCA
In commemoration of National Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month (April), Beck’s Cajun Café will kick off its partnership with the Pennsylvania SPCA to host Woof-Woof Wednesdays throughout April as well as May, June and July. Every Wednesday, Beck’s will donate 10% of sales of their Po Boys to the PSPCA, appropriately naming the effort Po Boys for Pups!
Beck’s Cajun Café is a family owned business run by Bill Beck. The Beck family has a long history of caring about, and investing in their employees, customers, and the local community. #BecksGives is Bill’s way to bring about change and awareness while supporting the immediate needs of Philadelphia’s communities on a personal level. The partnership with the Pennsylvania SPCA is the first in a line of upcoming initiatives for the #BecksGives campaign.
Beck’s Cajun Café’s unique menu, produced by Executive Chef and Owner Bill Beck, creates exotic Cajun and Creole favorites, prepared with authentic ingredients from The Big Easy. Since 2009, the café has called the Reading Terminal Market home, with a second location in Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
When Bill Beck reached out to the Pennsylvania SPCA with this fun and creative idea, the staff was immediately on board. Chef Beck’s daughter, Kimber, has a strong love of animals and volunteers for the PSPCA. What better partnership than great food and a great cause!
In addition to the 10% of sales from the Po Boys, Beck’s Café will be utilizing the hashtag #BecksGives to promote the effort on social media and bring awareness to the causes it supports.