TORONTO — In response to the growing variety of kids vulnerable to attending college on an empty abdomen, Stacked Pancake and Breakfast Home has revealed its first-ever marketing campaign to help Toonies for Tummies. Till September 29, $2 from each stack of pancakes ordered at greater than 50 franchise places throughout Ontario and Alberta will contribute to native student-nutrition packages.
“As a proud member of the Stacked Pancake & Breakfast Home household, I’m thrilled to announce this first-ever marketing campaign that may see individuals in our local people be a part of our franchises and crew members in efforts devoted to nourishing younger minds and strengthening communities, particularly given the unprecedented challenges many packages face in assembly the rising demand,” says Alex Shaw, director of Operations. “Toonies for Tummies and the work of native student-nutrition packages to supply a wholesome breakfast in a welcoming setting resonates with our core values of household and is extremely uplifting. We invite Canadians to affix us in making a significant impression on college students’ bodily, emotional, and academic well-being.”