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SLICE GESTURE Domino's pizza to donate 10,000 more pizzas to frontline workers


Leaning tower of pizza

Leaning tower of pizza

Leaning tower of pizza

Domino’s pizza is donating a further 10,000 pizzas to frontline workers around Ireland to express their thanks for all that they are doing during the pandemic.

Domino’s team members have been surprising medics with free pizza deliveries, to give them a boost after a long shift and help to provide some respite during these challenging times, and will continue to do so over the next few weeks too.

Domino’s boss Clyde Jamison said: “We want to thank all the frontline worker heroes who are currently working hard to tackle Covid-19, and are pleased to be able to continue delivering contact-free hot food to those who need it most.

“It’s great to see so many other businesses supporting our frontline heroes during these times, and while we’re not saving lives, we’re proud to play a small part in the national effort by feeding those on the frontline during this critical period.”

The 10,000 pizza giveaway builds on Domino’s biggest ever donation last year, which saw 200,000slices of pizza gifted to Feed the Heroes, Barnardos and frontline workers across Garda stations, hospitals, fire units, hostels, homeless shelters, testing centres, alongside vulnerable people within their local communities.

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