Give Back With Boston Pizza Kids Cards

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We did it—we survived the first week back to school! I think this calls for a celebration of sorts, don't you? I love to surprise my kids after school sometimes by taking them to one of their favourite restaurants to eat. Boston Pizza is one place we love visiting—especially because the pizza is delicious!

Right now kids can even eat free, because Boston Pizza has once again launched its annual Kids Card campaign which raises money for Boston Pizza Foundation Future Prospects, which is committed to helping kids achieve their full potential through role models and mentorship. (Boston Pizza Future Prospects partners include Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Kids Help Phone, Live Different, JDRF and The Rick Hansen Foundation.)

Boston Pizza Kids Cards are a great deal for families—a minimum donation of $5 gets you five free Kids Meals valued at $35. (Isn't that great?) All donations support kids across the country by helping them access role models and mentors. Boston Pizza is also offering a sixth Kids Meal if you register your Kids Card with a MyBP account (which is available at or through the Boston Pizza iPhone app.)

This charitable campaign is going on until October 11, 2015, so you have plenty of time to show your support to the children by buying a Boston Pizza Kids Card for a minimum donation of $5.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Boston Pizza Foundation Future Prospects, and since its inception, the Boston Pizza Foundation has raised and donated more than $20 million to directly improve the health and well-being of children and families—simply remarkable. (Last year, Boston Pizza Kids Cards raised more than $670,000, and this year the goal is to raise at least $730,000—I totally think that can be done!)

If you're not sure what to do for dinner one night, head over to Boston Pizza and get a Boston Pizza Kids Card. The kids get to eat free, and you'll feel great because you've just support a very worthwhile charity. And nothing feels better than helping children!

Disclaimer: I was compensated for this post, however, all views and opinions are my own. 

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