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What better way to start the month of March than with the promotion of IHOP giving away a free short stack of pancakes from 7 am to 4 pm, this March 1, 2022in the restaurant.
IHOP is celebrating pancake day. In February, it held the brand’s “Month of Giving”, culminating in the return of “National Pancake Day”. this Tuesday, March 1 at participating restaurants.
You just have to stop by one of the IHOP establishments to receive one free short stack (three buttermilk pancakes) per guest.
IHOP also invites its customers to participate in the donation program for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and other local charities, including Shriners Hospitals for Children and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
“For the past 16 years, IHOP has celebrated its own national holiday, ‘National Pancake Day,’ a day-long in-restaurant event where guests enjoy a free Short Stack together under IHOP’s blue roof,” he said. Kieran Donahue, Director of Marketing, I HOPE.
“We know that our restaurants are an integral part of the communities we serve, and for more than 63 years, we pride ourselves on giving back to where our guests live, work and play. Our “Month of Giving” event serves an important purpose, as every dollar raised during IHOP’s National Pancake Day campaign stays local and supports the nearest children’s hospital associated with charity partners,” said Donahue.
Since the first “National Pancake Day”, IHOP guests have raised more than $30 million for various children’s hospitals across the country.
In this 2022, IHOP encourages guests to donate at restaurants by rounding up to the dollar (with the change going to the charity), buying wall decals at restaurants for a $1 donation, or adding a donation when ordering online through ihop.com. There is also the option to donate directly to each charity by visiting www.ihop.com/en/national-pancake-day.
“Now more than ever, children’s hospitals need the support of their community so children continue to receive the best possible care,” said Teri Nestel, president and CEO of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. “These pancakes with a purpose give hope to member hospitals and promise that each of us will do our part to keep children safe and spirits not broken. When we change children’s health, we change the future, for all of us.”
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