Eatery Rolls out Child Initiative

Child Initiative
Child Initiative

Eat’N’Go Limited, one of Nigeria’s leading food franchisee for Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry Frozen Gourmet Yoghurt has rolled out the ‘Hope for Every Child, One Bite/ Scoop/Swirl At A Time’ initiative, in partnership with Slum2School Africa, a volunteer-driven developmental organization that provides quality education to disadvantaged children. The collaboration aims to provide 1000 underserved Nigerian children with access to quality education through targeted funds raised from 1st December 2018 to 30th November 2019.

This initiative seeks to directly contribute 50 million naira generated from proceeds of select products from Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt. For every Cinnastix purchase from Domino’s Pizza, N100 will be donated to this cause, for every waffle purchased at Cold Stone Creamery N100 will also be given back while Pinkberry will donate N100 on every bubble waffle purchase. Valued at N50,000 per child, these 1000 underserved kids will receive quality education including psychosocial support encompassing school needs such as; instructional materials, uniforms, shoes, books, excursions, medical support, extra-curricular classes, tech classes, teacher support, and more.

Speaking about the partnership, Patrick McMichael, Chief Executive Officer, Eat’N’Go Limited, said “At Eat’N’Go we are not only passionate about putting smiles on the faces of customers with our products but also about improving the lives of the people in Nigeria. We believe that as individuals and corporate organizations, we have a collective role to play in improving the state of education in the country. We understand the value good quality education contributes to an economy and it is our responsibility to ensure we expand our support in partnership with NGOs like Slum2School who can help us achieve these goals. We are thankful for this opportunity to lend our support to the development of the educational system for children in Nigeria and we cannot wait to do even more.”

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