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SickKids Recognises Topper’s Pizza for 6 Year Partnership

Jul 18, 2017
Canadian Franchise


For the last six years, Topper’s Pizza has partnered with SickKids Foundation on an annual “Feel Good Meal” campaign which raises funds through customer online and in-store donations for The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto. Their efforts have now yielded a total of over $200,000 which has been allocated to highest priority needs at SickKids.

To thank them for their passion and commitment, SickKids Foundation will host Topper’s Pizza CEOs and Executives for a donor appreciation tour and photo op taking place on Thursday July 13 at 10:00am.*

  • 10:00 AM – 10:20 AM: Introductions and cheque presentation with photo-op
  • 10:20 AM – 11:20 AM: Tour of SickKids to learn more about child health research, education and care at SickKids, also the impact of Topper’s Pizza’s support.

“We rely on the generous support from the community and are grateful to the ongoing commitment of Topper’s Pizza and its customers,” says Seanna Millar, Senior Vice President, Corporate and Community Partnerships, SickKids Foundation. “The funds raised from their annual initiative will help SickKids continue to fund the fight against the greatest challenges in child health. We are pleased to congratulate their entire team for reaching this fundraising milestone.”

“So many people have positive stories about SickKids, and we were thrilled that once again, our customers chose to contribute to this campaign through our 40 pizzerias across the province,” said Co-CEO, Kelly Toppazzini. “We’re so proud that these fundraising dollars are able to support life-saving care, research and education provided here at SickKids.”

This year, over $44,000 was raised over a 10-week campaign across all 40 Topper’s Pizza locations across Ontario.

Customers could donate either online, by phone or in store or by ordering the Topper’s Feel Good Meal, created specifically for this campaign. Topper’s donated $2 from every ‘Feel Good Meal’ sold, which included one large four-topping pizza and a desert pizza.

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