In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants is rolling out three specials with a portion of the sales proceeds benefiting local nonprofit Check for a Lump.
Check for a Lump was founded in 2009 with the goal of encouraging women to perform monthly breast self-exams. Its mission has since expanded to providing free breast health education, mammograms, testing and direct assistance to breast cancer patients with wigs, support and resources in Arizona, according to a release.
Local locations include 1964 E. McKellips Road and 1021 S. Power Road in Mesa; 22703 S. Ellsworth Road in Queen Creek; and 141 S. Arizona Ave. in Chandler.
The Serrano family will host a “Pink Out” at all four restaurant locations on Saturday, Oct. 16, in memory of former Serrano’s co-owner and past Chandler City Council member Stephanie Serrano, who lost her battle to breast cancer in October 2019.
“We all miss Stephanie and know that she would be proud of our efforts to honor her memory and support a local nonprofit dedicated to making a difference in the fight against breast cancer,” Ric Serrano, CEO of Serrano’s Mexican Restaurants, said in the release. “There are too many families who have been impacted by this terrible disease, and we are proud to support Check for a Lump’s efforts.”
October specials at all four Serrano’s locations include:
“What a beautiful way to honor a loved one who fought breast cancer. Cheers to treasuring memories of her with every dish served,” Holly Rose, founder and chief executive director of Check for a Lump, said in the release. “We appreciate the Serrano family selecting us as their benefiting charity to honor Stephanie Serrano and feel privileged to share in her legacy.”
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