Domino’s will host a national doughraiser on Thursday, September 14 where more than 100 stores across New Zealand will donate $1 from every pizza sold to youth development organisation Youthline.

This is the third year that Domino’s and Youthline have banded together to raise funds for the organisation which provides critical services to young people across New Zealand and last year alone, supported over 50,000 young people.

Domino’s stores last year successfully raised more than $35,000 and Domino’s New Zealand General Manager Scott Bush said the Company hopes to take that even further in 2017.

“We are so proud to partner with Youthline and this year, we want to raise more than $40,000 to support the important work they do for youth across New Zealand,” said Mr Bush.

“We will donate $1 from every pizza sold in all stores in New Zealand, from 4-9pm on Thursday, September 14 to Youthline so come on down to your local store, grab some piping hot pizza and know that you are contributing to a great cause.”

Youthline CEO Stephen Bell said it is fantastic the two New Zealand companies are working together to support the youth of New Zealand.

“This partnership has created such fantastic ties between Youthline and Domino’s and we are so grateful to Domino’s and its Franchisees for their ongoing support of our national Helpline,” said Mr Bell.

“It isn’t surprising that we have such a great synergy when a large number of Domino’s workforce are young people themselves.

“Youthline and Domino’s have worked on some wonderful initiatives together, we are lucky to have a partner who so strongly believes in our work, and who is willing to work with us to create meaningful opportunities for young people.

“This Doughraiser truly could change lives which is what is so exceptional about it.”

Customers can contribute to the Doughraiser by purchasing any pizza at any Domino’s store in New Zealand from 4pm-9pm on Thursday, September 14.

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