There are a handful of occasions every year when we make a point of going out for dinner with the entire extended family. We get together for special occasions like Mother’s Day, birthdays, and most recently at Tee’s kindergarten graduation, but there are very few restaurants that everyone can agree on. At the top of that list is Boston Pizza.
We go to Boston Pizza for their family-friendly atmosphere and their extensive gluten-free menu, including pizza and pasta, which means there’s something for everyone in the family to eat there. Eating out with the entire family plus four kids can really add up though, and that’s why I’m so delighted that Boston Pizza Kids Cards are back!
From now until October 2, when you make a minimum donation of $5 to the Boston Pizza Foundation, you’ll get a Kids Card good for 5 free Kids Meals at Boston Pizza. That’s a value of $35! And when you register your Kids Card with your MyBP account, you’ll get another Kids Meal free for a total of six meals!
Boston Pizza Foundation Future Prospects is a charity dedicated to connecting kids in need to role models in their own communities so they have the guidance, mentorship, and support necessary to reach their full potential. Boston Pizza provides more than 200,000 hours of mentorship every year, and they’ve provided more than $22 million in donations to date for charity partners like Big Brothers Big Sisters, JDRF, Kids Help Phone, The Rick Hansen Foundation, and Live Different.
Every five dollars donated equals one hour with a role model for a kid in need, so when you pick up a Kids Card, everyone wins! You and your family can enjoy a night out at Boston Pizza together, and kids in your community are introduced to positive role models who will help them succeed. That’s truly a winning proposition!
Get your Kids Card before October 2 in store or online at BostonPizza.com!
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation. Nevertheless, all opinions expressed are completely honest and my own, based on my personal experience. Your experience may differ.