For every pizza ordered on February 9, 2019, a dollar will be donated to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).


Each customer will also receive a coupon for one FREE personal pizza (Cheese or 1-topping) with their order to use on a future visit.

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Join Round Table Pizza for National Pizza Pie Day benefiting LLS. You can make a difference in the lives of 1.3 million Americans living with blood cancer. Because everyone knows someone affected.

Personal stories from LLS survivors

They come from all walks of life. But they’ve got LLS in common.

  • Pierce

    Merced, CA

    Pierce Kelly was diagnosed with a rare subtype of Acute Myeloid Leukemia at the age of 2. Pierce needed two rounds of chemo and a bone transplant. After 115 days and a successful bone marrow transplant at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Pierce showed no signs of cancer and was able to go home in August of 2017. He currently resides in Thousand Oaks, California with his mother Aubrey, father Tyler, and his sisters Sierra and Harper. Pierce enjoys being a kid and fought hard against his cancer diagnosis and was nicknamed “Fierce Pierce.” Pierce currently serves as the 2019 Man and Woman of the Year Los Angeles’ Boy of the Year.

  • Bella

    Granada Hills, CA

    At age 3, Bella was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). Looking back at when this journey started, it kind of feels unreal. Life can change in an instant. For us, that moment was on September 2, 2016. Bella had been having fevers on and off for two months with no other symptoms, and medicine was barely keeping them down. After more tests were done, it was confirmed that Bella had leukemia. After being in treatment for a little over two years, our brave and beautiful Bella is a happy 5-year-old who just finished her last treatment on November 10, 2018.

  • Bodhi

    Troutdale, OR

    Bodhi was 6 ½ months old when we noticed he just wasn’t quite himself. He was unusually fussy and developed a fever. Worried, we took him to the doctor several times in a week before being sent to the children’s hospital after a blood test that didn’t look right. After a few terrifying days of limbo, we were given the diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia (AML). We will never know why our baby had this awful disease, but we know why he has had the good outcome that he has so far: research, compassion, care, and love. We are grateful for the patients, families and scientists whose contributions led to the treatment that saved Bodhi’s life. We can never repay the kindness and love of our providers and staff who took care of us. We’re still soaking up the love of a community that embraced our family and helped us through dark days. We get to see Bodhi grow, learn, play, and just be a kid. We know on the deepest level that it was all worth it, and that we have more to learn about how to cure AML in kids!

  • Sage

    Redondo Beach, CA

    Sage Meuller was 3 months old when he was diagnosed with leukemia. At 12 months, Sage relapsed for a third time after chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant failed. Sage’s doctor enrolled him in a clinical trial at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles for a new immunotherapy treatment that empowered his body’s immune system to fight cancer. He was one of the first patients to receive this new therapy that was fueled by LLS-funded research. This holiday season marked a major milestone: one year cancer free.

    Sage’s mother, Analisa, is a leukemia survivor and her father passed away from the disease. Today, because of advancements made possible through LLS-funded research, the future looks bright for this beautiful child that loves football, soccer, and most of all, his mom and dad.