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Papa Murphy's partners with No Kid Hungry to feed kids during school closures

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Posted at 2:50 PM, Apr 29, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-29 16:59:09-04

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Papa Murphy's teams up with No Kid Hungry to feed kids in need during school closures due to COVID-19.

According to a release, April 20 to May 20 Papa Murphy's will donate $1 for every cheese or pepperoni Mini Murph Make n' Bake Pizza kit sold online to the No Kid Hungry organization. The money raised will go towards providing emergency grants to help schools and communities.

“Our hearts go out to every person impacted by the coronavirus crisis, and we are grateful for this opportunity to join No Kid Hungry’s efforts to provide relief to those in need,” Papa Murphy’s Senior Vice President of Marketing Kim McBee said. “Simply ordering and enjoying a fresh and fun Mini Murph kit can make a significant difference for a child in need.”

Guests can order online or through their favorite delivery app. At the store, “quick pick-up” racks are conveniently placed near the entrance, so guest time inside is limited. Where possible, curbside pick-up and drive-thru options are also offered to allow guests to stay in their vehicles.

"We're proud and thankful to partner with Papa Murphy’s and greatly value their support of our mission that no child should ever go hungry," said Diana Hovey, Senior Vice President at Share Our Strength, the organization behind the No Kid Hungry campaign.

Guests can also donate to the cause through online checkout, at the register, or via the No Kid Hungry webpage.

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