I knew when I decided to have a child that I’d have to feed her regularly, but no one warned me that Molly would enjoy a taste for the finer things in life. We just finally got her past her lobster addiction, and have recently moved on… to steak. Our restaurant bills are climbing and until she gets herself a part-time job to help fund her foodie ways, we’re stuck.
This is one of the reasons I love our regular outings at Boston Pizza. Put a bowl of Bug s ‘n’ Cheese in front of her and she almost forgets that steak exists.
And of course Worms ‘n’ Dirt is always fun!
A fun kids meal at BP is a delicious and affordable alternative to her surf and turf tastes. We also love the great service we always get at Boston Pizza and mom and dad always find something yummy on the menu too. And right now it’s made even better because the Boston Pizza Kids Cards are back!
I don’t know about you, but the idea of supporting a really excellent cause while getting free meals for Molly is a deal I can’t pass up. For a minimum $5 donation to the Boston Pizza Foundation Future Prospects, you get a Kids Card that is good for 5 free kids meals, valued at $35! (And if you register your Kids Card with your MyBP account, they’ll throw in a 6th). These cards are available online at BostonPizza.com or at BP locations nationwide until October 11.
Last year this program raised more than $670,000, and this year their goal is a whopping $730,000. Every dollar raised gets put to work providing kids across Canada with role models and mentoring programs. BPF Future Prospects is proud to partner with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Kids Help Phone, Live Different, JDRF and the Rick Hansen Foundation. Since its inception in 1990, the Boston Pizza Foundation has raised and donated more than $20 million to directly improve the health and well-being of children and families.
Feeding Molly regularly is part of my job, and if I can fill her stomach while filling a need for other kids that aren’t as fortunate… sign me up. Every dollar counts, so go buy a card and help the Boston Pizza Foundation reach their goal. If you don’t have kids, buy one anyway, and pass it on to the relieved parents at the next table whose kids love the Bug Macaroni too.
This post was sponsored by Boston Pizza but as always, the opinions expressed are my own.