Pizza joint to bring in dough for Children in Crossfire!

A WATERSIDE pizza take-away outlet has announced Children in Crossfire as its charity of choice for 2010.

Over the next twelve months Domino's Pizza will be raising vital funds to benefit Children in Crossfire's projects in Tanzania and Ethiopia, starting in April with their Mega Charity Week.

From April 26 to May 2 Domino's will donate 50p from every pizza ordered for collection or delivery from their 8.99 any pizza, any size promotion at their Victoria Road store.

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In addition to this Domino's staff will undertake various fundraising challenges over the coming months to raise as much as possible for the charity.

Sarah Gallagher, Events Fundraising Co-ordinator, said: "Children in Crossfire are delighted that Domino's have chosen to support us, we look forward to working closely with them, especially during Mega Week.

"Children in Crossfire could not continue its vital work without the support of local businesses like Domino's. On behalf of everyone at Children in Crossfire I would like to thank Justin and all the staff at Dominos for making this tremendous effort and commitment to raising money for our projects in Tanzania and Ethiopia."

Christopher Curran, store manager, said: "Domino's are very excited to be working with Children in Crossfire and hope to develop the relationship over the coming months.

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"We chose to support Children in Crossfire as we wanted to support a local charity and Children in Crossfire is well known and thought of very highly here in the North West.

"We really admire and like the work that Children in Crossfire are doing and the money we raise will help Children in Crossfire continue the unbelievable work they are doing."