It’s $1 short stack day at IHOP on Aug. 23.
The popular restaurant chain is offering a short stack of its buttermilk pancakes for just $1 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday. IHOP hopes to serve at least 1 million pancakes in its dine-in only promotion.
All proceeds from the $1 pancake stacks will be donated to No Kid Hungry, an organization that works to curb child hunger in America. No Kid Hungry helps provide kids with a nutritious breakfast and works with families to give them the skills required to shop and cook on a small budget.
No Kid Hungry is a campaign of Share Our Strength, a national anti-hunger group. According to No Kid Hungry, an alarming 1 in 5 children in the United States will face hunger this year.
Bill Shore, founder and CEO of Share Our Strength, says in a press release:
IHOP’s tremendous goal to serve one million pancakes in one day means that three million more breakfasts will be possible for kids in need. That translates into more kids doing better in class, missing less school, and becoming more likely to graduate high school. That’s a lot of potential in one pancake.
This is IHOP’s second time participating in the No Kid Hungry campaign.
Click here to find your nearest IHOP so you can fill up with $1 stacks of pancakes on Aug. 23.
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