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Friday, November 5, 2021

Our 43rd Annual Caring for Kids Campaign is here!

Today we kick off our 43rd Annual Caring for Kids campaign! Every November and December since 1979, our guests and team members have united to do some serious fundraising to help benefit local children’s hospitals across our Eat’n Park Hospitality Group footprint. Since the start of our campaign, we have raised over $11 million in total contributions for these hospitals and want to keep that momentum going! Here’s how you can get involved… 

Win A Car!

Our generous partner, Neighborhood Ford Store, has kindly donated a 2021 Ford EcoSport to the campaign - so one lucky guest is going to be taking home a pretty sweet Christmas present! Tickets for chances to win are available at your local Eat’n Park (excluding West Virginia) and 100% of the proceeds benefit the campaign. Just ask your server for one (or 10!) for your chance to win. Click here for full contest rules. 

Christmas Star Mugs  

Did you know that our classic Christmas Star commercial was created specifically to help spread joy during our Caring for Kids campaign? 10% of the proceeds from sales of our Christmas Star Ceramic Mugs will benefit our campaign! They’re the perfect stocking stuffer or Secret Santa gift, plus they help a great cause! Pick one up in stores or order online from your local Eat’n Park while supplies last!  

Order now!

Christmas Star Pledge 

An easy way to show your support for Caring for Kids is by purchasing a paper Christmas Star Tree! They’re just $1 each, and 100% of proceeds benefit the campaign. Write your name on it and we’ll hang it in the restaurant for all to see! 

Direct Donation 

Whether you’re joining us in our dining room or placing your order online, you can add a $1, $3, or $5 donation right to your check. Also, make sure to keep an eye out for the water jug on our counter and help us fill it up with your spare cash or coins! 

Thank you in advance for helping us bring smiles to those who need it most this holiday season!  


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