I’ve been talking about the delicious and now fluffier pancakes at Denny’s Diner since I tried them earlier this Summer. I’ve since had plenty more pancake stacks and now I’m excited to share that they’re giving away FREE pancakes for kids this month!
Free pancakes for kids
Every day between the hours of 4 and 10 p.m. during the month of September, kids ages 10 and under can order a free junior stack of pancakes with the purchase of one entrée – and yes, that includes the Jr. Cinnamon Pancakes, Jr. Strawberries & Cream Pancakes and Chocolate Chip Pancakes.
The month is halfway over so I would highly suggest that you head on over to Denny’s to pick up some free pancakes for the chiclets AND support their annual partnership with No Kid Hungry.
About No Kid Hungry
Nearly 1,600 Denny’s have partnered with No Kid Hungry for the sixth year in a row. To-date, Denny’s has been able to donate more than $3.3 million to No Kid Hungry and will look to make an even great impact on the cause this year with the continued support of its team members and guests.
Through No Kid Hungry, every $1 donation received provides a child with 10 healthy meals! This makes even the smallest of donations impactful.
When you donate $1, Denny’s will provide a discount coupon redeemable at participating locations upon your next visit as a thank you for the donation. Also, Denny’s is donating $1 to No Kid Hungry every time the hashtag #ShareMySlam is used on social media – so make sure you take those fun pictures when you’re there and share them!
Guests may also contribute to the campaign with a monetary donation of their choice at dennysnokidhungry.com.
For more information on Kids Eat Free Pancakes or to find a location near you please visit www.dennys.com. For more information on this year’s No Kid Hungry® fundraising efforts, please visit dennysnokidhungry.com or NoKidHungry.org/Dennys
[disclaim]This post is written in partnership with Denny’s Diner as a #DennysDiners ambassador. All thoughts and opinions remain my own. [/disclaim]
Originally published on September 15, 2016. Last Updated on August 1, 2017 by Pattie Cordova