On Wednesdays throughout the month of June, Domino’s Alliston offered an easy, convenient and delicious way to help support local families and their children with multiple special needs. By ordering a ‘Community Combo’, consisting of two medium, two topping pizzas and any bread side for only $19.99 plus tax, Domino’s Pizza Alliston donated $5 to Children’s Treatment Network (CTN) and their collective efforts responding to the evolving needs of children and youth with multiple special needs. This past Tuesday, the owners of Domino’s Pizza Alliston, Matthew Bolton and Rob Hiltz, presented Debbie Bushby, Local Team Facilitator for CTN with $165 in $5 bills, the proceeds of the first ever ‘Community Combo Wednesdays’. Busby graciously accepted the donation, and said she was very touched by the effort and generosity of Bolton and Hiltz.
The initiative was later celebrated at the free pizza party event hosted by Trillium Ford Lincoln in partnership with Domino’s Pizza, where kids got free pizza and won prizes for entering the colouring contest.
We are grateful for the support of our local Alliston businesses and the greater community, as we work together to build brighter futures for kids with special needs!
For more information on how your community or business can support local CTN teams and their families, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article written by Alliston Local Team Facilitator, Debbie Bushby, email@example.com.
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