San Francisco Giants and Tony Gemignani Unite for the Seventh Year to Support George Mark Children’s House

April 12th, 2023

Proceeds from Slice House’s limited-edition Giants players’ seasonal pizzas will be donated to beloved Bay Area organization

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Restaurateur and 13-time World Pizza Champion, Tony Gemignani and San Francisco Giants stars Logan Webb and Alex Wood, are pleased to partner for the seventh annual debut of Slice House’s players’ seasonal pizzas in support of George Mark Children’s House. Available for a limited time, $1 from each slice and $6 from each full pie sold will be donated to the Bay Area organization, supporting their mission to provide life-affirming care and comfort for children and their families.

“Logan and I are proud to be partnering with Tony and George Mark Children’s House,” said Alex Wood. “As a recent father, it means a lot to me and my wife to support an organization that provides critical care and comfort to children and their families. Hopefully, everyone will go out and enjoy our signature pizzas which will raise money for this important cause.”

“I look forward to working with my friends at George Mark Children’s House and the San Francisco Giants every year,” commented Gemignani. “2023 marks the seventh year of our partnership and we’re excited to once again raise awareness and donations for this incredible organization. We are proud to play a part in supporting George Mark’s benevolent mission and the important services they provide for children and their families.”

Available exclusively at select Slice House locations, the Wood’s Favorite is a pie topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, Cup & Char thick & thin pepperoni, local honey, bacon, romano, oregano, and garlic oil ($7 slice / $40 pie).  The Webb’s Double Sausage is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella, Italian sausage, sliced link sausage, Cup & Char thin pepperoni, red onions, romano, oregano, and garlic oil ($7 slice / $40 pie).

“It’s always a dream to partner with community leaders like Logan, Alex and Tony every year,” said Dr. Kathy Hull, Founder of George Mark Children’s House. “Their generous contributions of not only donations, but also their time, have played a powerful role in our ability to continue our work at George Mark Children’s House and have changed the lives of our patients and their families.”

The Wood’s Favorite and Webb’s Double Sausage pizzas will be offered Friday, April 7 through Sunday, September 24 at Tony’s Coal Fired Pizza & Slice House in North Beach (neighboring Tony’s Pizza Napoletana), as well as Slice House by Tony Gemignani Haight Street, Belmont, Walnut Creek, and San Leandro.


One of the oldest teams in Major League Baseball, the 140-year-old franchise moved to San Francisco from New York in 1958.  After playing a total of 42 years in Seals Stadium and Candlestick Park, the team moved to the privately constructed, downtown ballpark on the corner of 3rd and King.  2023 marks the Giants 24th season at Oracle Park.  The organization is widely recognized for its innovative business practices and baseball excellence.  The franchise has been named the Sports Organization of the Year by Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal and Baseball America.  Oracle Park is also the only ballpark in the country to have earned Silver, Gold and Platinum LEED certification for an existing building.

Since opening its gates, Oracle Park has become internationally renowned as a premier venue in the world of both sports and entertainment.  On the diamond, more than 67 million spectators have witnessed a number of magical moments, including a franchise record 107-win season in 2021, three World Series Championships (2010, 2012 & 2014), the raising of four National League Pennants and eight playoff appearances.  The ballpark has played host to the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and some of music’s biggest acts, including Lady Gaga, Beyoncé & Jay Z, Ed Sheeran, the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band, Green Day and Billy Joel.  It also was the site of the 2018 Rugby World Cup Sevens.

Off the field, the Giants Community Fund uses baseball and softball to promote health, education and character development to propel youth in underserved regions to be positive forces in their communities.  The Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity, is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and sustained by contributions from individuals, businesses and foundations through a number of special partnerships and fundraisers. Since its inception in 1991, the Fund has donated $40 million to community efforts and has served over 400,000 youth through its flagship program, Junior Giants.


Originally opened in San Francisco’s historic Italian neighborhood of North Beach in 2010, Slice House by Tony Gemignani, the world-renowned, award-winning pizzaiolo, is where artisan pizza meets fast-casual dining. The fast casual alternative to Gemignani’s critically acclaimed, dine-in restaurants, Slice House is a convenient way for diners to experience Tony’s world-famous New York, Sicilian, Grandma, Detroit, and California style pizzas along with seasonal salads and meatball subs.


George Mark Children’s House (GMCH), located in San Leandro, California, provides life affirming care for children with illnesses that modern healthcare cannot yet cure, or for those who have chronic medical conditions. GMCH bridges the gap between hospital and home, offering safe, excellent medical care in the comfort and warmth of a home-like setting for patients who do not need the resources of a full children’s hospital. GMCH offers five types of service: Transitional Care for children who have usually been in an acute care hospital setting and still need medical care, but not of an acute nature, before they transition to being cared for at home;  End-of-Life Care, where a patient’s family can stay in its own family suite and surround their child with the love and the support; Respite Care, where patients receive high quality medical care and appropriate activities while offering parents and families a short break from the nonstop care at home; Perinatal Care provides expertise, resources, support and information for at-risk preterm births about prognosis and prospective complications, establishing continuity of care for infants and parents; and Bereavement Care to provide ongoing support of families following the death of their child.

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