Domino’s stores across New Zealand (excluding Auckland) are raising some ‘dough’ to help fund Youthline’s vital Helpline service, with $1 from every pizza sold between 4pm-9pm this Thursday 16 September donated to the charity.
Despite not being able to operate for several weeks, Domino’s store owners are determined to run this year’s annual Doughraiser as planned.
With the continued increase in demand, support for Youthline’s Helpline service is crucial in ensuring young people have a safe place to turn for support.
“Domino’s is helping us to close the gap in the funds we need to continue to provide our National Helpline Service free to all young people and their families, around the country,” said Shae Ronald, Youthline CEO.
This year’s Doughraiser will run on Thursday 16 September between the hours of 4pm-9pm, with $1 from each pizza sold during this time donated to Youthline. To donate directly, simple text ‘DONATE’ to 234.
If you or someone you know requires Youthline’s services, please make a free call on 0800 376 633 or place a free text on 234, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or Webchat at youthline.co.nz/web-chat