Locally owned and operated Papa John’s stores help raise money for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (April 11, 2019) — Locally owned and operated Papa John’s franchises in Philadelphia, Delaware, and New Jersey raised a total of $8,009 for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
Throughout the year of 2018, Papa John’s had a special offer where $1 from each sale was donated to CHOP. Through this deal, Papa John’s made an $8,009 donation to the hospital.
The deal was valid for 2 Large or Pan 2-topping Pizzas for $22 with $1 from each sale being donated back to CHOP. This deal is still available and can be used today.
“Being active members within the local community and helping people in need are things we take pride in doing,” said Eric Danver, Franchise owner. “All of our stores in the Philadelphia market are locally owned and operated and many of us know firsthand all of the great work that CHOP does and we are thrilled to partner with this amazing hospital to help children and families in our community and from around the world. It is an honor to be associated with them and to be able to help them in these small ways.”