Papa John’s Pizza, Columbus Blue Jackets Announce “Cookies For Kids” To Benefit Blue Jackets Foundation’s Fight Against Pediatric Cancer

Papa John’s Pizza, Columbus Blue Jackets Announce “Cookies For Kids” To Benefit Blue Jackets Foundation’s Fight Against Pediatric Cancer

Papa John’s Pizza and The Columbus Blue Jackets announced today the launch of the “Cookies for Kids” program in which Papa John’s will donate $1 for every Mega-Sized Chocolate Chip Cookie sold in central Ohio stores from now through April 6, 2014. Proceeds will benefit the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation’s fight against pediatric cancer by funding a variety of support programs for patients and their families, critical research projects and assistance in providing palliative care.

Papa John’s 8” Mega-Sized Chocolate Chip Cookie is baked fresh and served warm. The “Cookies for Kids” donation will be based upon cookie sales placed online or at participating central Ohio stores. No promotion code or coupon is required. To place an order, visit www.papajohns.com.

“We’re extremely proud to once again partner with the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation to support their fight against pediatric cancer,” says Charles Burris, Johncol, Inc. Operating partner. “We also want to thank our fellow Papa John’s franchisees in Zanesville, Cambridge, Chillicothe, Lancaster, and Mt. Vernon for joining our group here in Columbus for this great cause.”

About the Columbus Blue Jackets Foundation
The fight against pediatric cancer remains the Blue Jackets Foundation’s signature focus for much of its fundraising, programming, and grant-making efforts. Highlighted by the Hats For Heroes program, $1.7 million has been raised since 2000. For more information on the Foundation’s mission and all areas of giving, visit www.bluejacketsfoundation.org.

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