Five Ways to Support Playworks by Going Out to Eat!

  1. Updates

The entire month of February, Playworks is taking part in a fundraising campaign to #ShareTheLoveOfPlay. Our goal is to spread awareness of our impact in New England while raising $20,000 through peer to peer fundraising and benefit nights throughout the month. If we can reach our goal, every dollar will be matched by Doris Buffet and the Letters Foundation! Support us by going out to eat at one of these 5 restaurants across the city:

1. Burgers & Milkshakes

Have Shake Shack for breakfast, lunch, AND dinner on Monday, February 4! Show this flier at the Newbury Street Shake Shack and 25% of your purchase will be donated to Playworks!


2. Pizza & Bowling at Flatbread

On Tuesday, February 5 between 4-11 p.m., Flatbread Company in Brighton will donate a portion of all pizza sales to Playworks New England! Order take-out or delivery, or join us at Flatbread Company next Tuesday for a night of great food, bowling, and supporting our programs in schools throughout New England!

Photo from @flatbreadbrighton

3. Benefit Night at Chipotle

Everybody’s favorite Mexican fast-casual is contributing 33% of sales to Playworks between 4-8:30 p.m. at the Seaport Location on Friday, February 11. Remember to show this flier at the register!


4. Even MORE Pizza!

Because you can NEVER have too much pizza. Join us at Blaze pizza on Boylston from 5:30-8:30p.m. on Tuesday, February 26 and 20% of your purchase will be donated to Playworks when you show this flier.

 


5. UNLIMITED BEER AND PIZZA

Join us at Harpoon Tasting Room from 7-8:15 p.m. on Thursday, February 28. Tickets are $25, purchase them here to guarantee entry!

Photo from @harpoonbrewery

 

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