Save the date! IHOP will be flipping free pancakes next week. Please invite us. The iconic restaurant chain’s National Pancake Day is back on Tuesday, February 13th. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., customers who dine-in at participating locations can enjoy a free Short His stack of three buttermilk pancakes.
During IHOP’s Month of Giving campaign to address food insecurity, guests will have the opportunity to participate in the Stacking Up Joy program. Diners are encouraged to donate to Feeding America by check or through IHOP.com. For every dollar donated to the campaign during February, his 10 meals secured by Feeding America on behalf of local partner food banks will be provided to people facing hunger.
Whether it’s griddle cakes, johnny cakes, hotcakes, or pancakes, it’s an opportunity to enjoy food and contribute to the community.
“Millions of people work hard every day to feed themselves and their families, yet nearly 1 in 7 Americans lack access to the food they need to thrive.” said Lauren Biedron, senior vice president of corporate partnerships for the Americas. “Tackling food insecurity is not something we can do alone, and we are excited to have partners like IHOP join us in the movement to end hunger – a movement that directly supports our communities and nurtures our future.” Masu.”
To learn more about IHOP’s Stacking Up Joy platform or to find a location near you, visit ihop.com.
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