Papa John’s Pizza Delivers $50,000 Donation to Salvation Army

 

Town Hall meeting at Papa John’s, Monday, May 20, 2013 in The Hub on the corporate campus in Louisville, Ky. (Photo by Brian Bohannon)

Our friends at Papa John’s Pizza handed over a $50,000 check donation to The Salvation Army during a presentation at the company’s Louisville, KY headquarters on Monday, the result of both a highly successful social media campaign and the dedication of partners in “Doing the Most Good”.

The February social media campaign asked Facebook and Twitter users to ‘like’, ‘share’, and comment on their pages to raise awareness of America’s hunger problem, with every good word, re-tweet and thumbs up garnering a $1 donation for The Salvation Army’s feeding programs. Thanks to the power of social media, $50,000 was raised in one day by compassionate supporters and pizza lovers alike.

Major Ron Busroe, The Salvation Army’s National Community Relations and Development Secretary, and Papa John Schnatter, Founder of Papa John’s .

The Salvation Army serves approximately 60 million meals to Americans each year because of supporters like Papa John’s Pizza. We are beyond humbled by the company’s extreme generosity and commitment to feeding Americans in need.

Please help us thank Papa John’s Pizza and Papa John himself on Facebook or on Twitter using #PapaJohnCares.

 

2 Comments on “Papa John’s Pizza Delivers $50,000 Donation to Salvation Army

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  2. Mr. Schatter is doing damage control…. using the salvation army to clean up his company image remember what he said during the elections ,,,, about his employee’s insurance and how he was going to layoff and cut there salaries. which did not far well with his supporters and stock holders and his company began to suffer big time. He was told to redeem himself and make good with the stock holders etc.. So he is now on the board of the salvation army trying just that DOING THE MOST GOOD!…..

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