Boston Pizza Launches Annual Boston’s Cares Fundraising Campaign

Top view of coins and wooden tag written with fundraising

DALLAS — Boston’s Pizza Restaurant & Sports Bar has launched its annual Boston’s Care fundraising campaign in support of organizations in the cities where it operates. The campaign will run until February 14 and gives guests multiple opportunities to donate and give back to those in need. Donations are made by guests who can then sign paper hearts at the restaurant, but each restaurant owner also donates $1 from the sale of all heart-shaped pizzas.

The initiative first began in 2000 and the brand has since donated nearly $2 million to local and national organizations in the U.S. This year, the brand has a goal of raising $30,000. Additionally, the brand holds several philanthropic events each year, such as National Dine to Donates for Veteran’s Day and Mother’s Day, Kid’s Cards and Round Up for Charity.

“Partnerships with local organizations are a cornerstone in our brand’s philanthropic efforts in supporting the communities in which we operate, and this is the perfect way to kick off a new year,” says Katie Borger, vice-president of Marketing for Boston’s. “This initiative gives us the opportunity to remind guests of our values and commitment to the communities that so graciously welcome and support our restaurants, and we look forward to another great year of charitable efforts, and hopefully, record-breaking donations made.”

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