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Get 5 Kids Meals for $5 with a Boston Pizza Kids Card

For more than 25 years, Boston Pizza Foundation Future Prospects has worked with some incredible organizations to give kids in need guidance and friendship with inspirational role model programs across Canada.

 

The gift of a positive role model can mean the world to those who need a little guidance to get on the right track to success in-school and outside of the classroom. While my daughter is still just a toddler, I understand the importance of providing a stable and supportive home. Even things like keeping my cool when there’s opportunity to panic is important, or the simple things like saying please and thank you will help her in later years.

 

I’ve had many people to look up to throughout my formative years. While I wasn’t in any formal programs, everyone from my friends, teachers and family have played an important part in guiding me to where I am today.

 

 

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You can get involved by heading to the Boston Pizza location or the Kids Card website donating just $5 to the Future Prospects program. In return, you get 5 FREE kids meals, plus 1 more when you register your card. Your $5 donation equals 1 hour with a role model for someone who really needs it.

 

That’s a $35 value. Each kid’s meal includes and entrée, side, drink, dessert and activity pack. I think I want one of those too! Seriously though, why don’t adult meals come with colouring books?

 

But hurry, the Boston Pizza Kids Cards are only available until October 1st.

 

 

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These role model programs come via these incredible charities and organizations:

 

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Big Brothers Big Sisters work with youth who often don’t have access to other programs. All across Canada, 1000s of young people have benefited from the guidance of a mentor.

 

JDRF Canada

JDRF is the leading global organization funding research in Type 1 diabetes. Boston Pizza’s partnership with JDRF has helped fund the development of an artificial pancreas and the youth program which provides mentorship to young people living with T1D.

 

 

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is a leading charity who are offering the only Canada-wide professional counseling service that kids can trust and access any time.

 

 

Live Different

Live Different’s mission is to inspire a lifestyle that cares about people instead of material possessions, focusing on what’s truly important.

I think we could all do that a little more!

 

 

Rick Hansen Foundation

The Rick Hansen Foundation’s mission is to inspire leaders and create a global movement to liberate the amazing potential of people with disabilities. Through their partnership with Boston Pizza, the Rick Hansen School Program reaches over 500,000 students across Canada each year to learn about inclusion for people with disabilities.

 

 

Every year, the foundation provides over 200,000 hours of time with positive role models to these children. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to help the program. Head to Boston Pizza online or your nearest location (info here) and feel good while you eat some pizza. Or a burger. Or pasta. Ok I’m going there now.

 

 

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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by the awesome Boston Pizza. I’m proud to support their work with role model programs across Canada, and very very happy to eat all of their delicious food. Oh no, I spilled cheese on the keyboard. mmm cheese.

 

James Smith

<p>Hi, I’m James, I’m a Dad Blogger, Huffington Post Contributor, Social Media Specialist & Community Manager based in Vancouver, BC.<br /> I’m thoroughly British, a lover of coffee, the outdoors, cameras and cats.<br /> These are my views, thoughts, lessons, and mistakes.</p>

2 Comments
  • KC J
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    I love when companies like Boston Pizza bring awareness to these types of programs. I can’t say enough good things about Big Brother, Big Sister.

    September 8, 2017 at 10:11 am
  • Darn it my baby is only 10 months old. Lol but that really awesome. I love to buy from company that have something like this. Where they give to kids or homeless. This is one of the reason I love to shop local only

    September 8, 2017 at 10:33 am

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