Pizza helps Kids in poverty this monday at Domino’s

Pizza helps Kids in poverty this monday at Domino’s

Monday, April 16, 2012
Logo KidsCan

Domino’s pizza are teaming up with the charity KidsCan to support underprivileged Kiwi kids with their first national Doughraiser this Monday April 16th.

Throughout the day Domino’s stores across New Zealand will donate $1 from every pizza sold to raise valuable funds for KidsCan, helping the charity continue its work to make a tangible difference to the lives of more than 2,700,000 New Zealand children who live in poverty – one in every four children.

Domino’s hopes to raise around $10,000-$15,000 in just one day for the charity, which runs a number of programmes to meet the basic physical and nutritional needs of pupils in 211 Kiwi schools from Kaitaia to Invercargill, with a further 98 schools on the waiting list for assistance.

Summary:  $1 from every Domino’s pizza sold will be donated to the KidsCan Charity to help underprivileged Kiwi kids

When: Monday April 16th 2012 

Where: Domino’s Stores throughout New Zealand

Time: All day