Five Fun and Easy Ways to Support Playworks in February

  1. Updates

1. Pizza & Bowling at Flatbread Company

On Tuesday, February 6 between 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., Flatbread Company in Brighton will donate a portion of all pizza sales to Playworks New England! Order take-out, delivery, or come with us to Flatbread Company next Tuesday for a night of great food and bowling, all in support of our programs in elementary schools throughout New England.


 

2. Buffalo Burritos at Boloco

Order a Buffalo Burrito or Bowl from any Boloco location between now and the Super Bowl. Eighty cents of every Buffalo Burrito or Bowl sold will be donated to Playworks New England. Get a Bucket o’ Buffalos on Super Bowl Sunday for only $33!

Image from @bolocogram

 

3. Milkshakes & Burgers

Eat at Shake Shack for lunch AND dinner on Monday, February 12. Head to the Newbury Street Shake Shack between 11:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. and be sure to show this flyer. Twenty-five-percent of your meal purchase will be donated to Playworks.


 

4. Win Big on Super Bowl Squares

We know you’ll all be watching the Patriots this weekend, so why not add a little friendly competition towards a good cause? Challenge your friends to play Super Bowl Squares! Charge for entry per square, save a percentage of the money for the winner, and donate the rest to support safe and healthy play in low-income elementary schools throughout New England.


 

5. Come to Recess!

Ever wish you could re-live your glory days on the foursquare court? You can! Volunteer at one of our 37 partner schools across greater Boston. Enjoy a few hours of service spent playing your favorite recess games, giving out high-fives, and acting as a positive adult role model for our students. You can volunteer individually or with your company.
Learn about our volunteer opportunities

 

More Updates


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Principal Coleen Smith
Principal Coleen Smith

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