Domino's Pizza stores raising money for Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh

 
June 26, 2013

Participating Domino's Pizza stores in Pittsburgh are raising dough for the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation during its inaugural fundraising program to benefit the Free Care Fund at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC. Carryout customers will be asked to add a dollar or two to their pizza order and be given a butterfly icon to sign that will be displayed in participating Domino's locations. The fundraising campaign will run from July 1 to Aug. 4.

The Free Care Fund enables Children's Hospital to provide free and uncompensated care to every child in the region, regardless of insurance or their family's ability to pay. Last year, Children's Hospital provided free and uncompensated care to more than 28,000 children in region.

"As a local business owner, I am committed to helping Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation raise money for the betterment of children and families in our community," said Ammar Jali, franchise owner of participating Domino's Pizza stores in Pittsburgh. "This is an opportunity for our community to come together to raise much needed funds and provide sick children with the medical care they need regardless of their families' ability to pay."

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Topics: Domino's Pizza , Franchising & Growth , Marketing / Branding / Promotion , Social Responsibility


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