Santa will be dining and posing for pictures with kids on Dec. 10 as part of Boston Pizza’s 21 Days of Christmas fundraiser.

Boston Pizza celebrates 21 days of Christmas

Boston Pizza Campbell River’s 21 days of Christmas fundraiser starts Sunday Nov. 27.

“We are incredibly proud to be a part of the Campbell River community and want to support three great local organizations during a time of year when they are counted on most,” Boston Pizza owner Chris Seeley said. “We are inviting our guests to donate to the Boston Pizza 21 Days of Christmas fundraiser, and we want to reward them for their act of kindness. We will match all funds raised (up to $1,500). We will reward all $25 donations with a free individual gourmet pizza and beverage.”

Boston Pizza will donate 100 per cent of the funds raised to the Campbell River Food Bank, Campbell River Knights of Columbus Hamper fund, and the Campbell River Salvation Army Kettle Drive.

Seeley said Boston Pizza is proud to have Santa dining with them Saturday, Dec. 10 (12-2 p.m. and 4-8 p.m.). Santa will have a photographer with him to capture your visit.

Kids 10 and under eat free with the donation of a nonperishable food item, or unwrapped toy.

“With the generous support of our guests and staff we have been able to contribute over $21 000 in the last three years to these local organizations,” Seeley said. “Many of our guests that donated with us took their act of kindness a step further and donated the pizza coupons they received to the volunteers of the various groups we are helping out. We are humbled each year by the amount of support our fundraiser has received.”

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