Panera Bread is Holding a Easter Egg Cookie Fundraiser for Boston Children's Hospital
Ten cents from each Easter Egg cookies sold will directly benefit Boston Children’s Hospital
Boston Bread a family owned Panera Bread franchisee would participate in the “Cookies for Kids!” campaign March 18 through 31. Ten cents from each Easter Egg cookies sold will directly benefit Boston Children’s Hospital.
The egg-shaped shortbread cookies are decorated with yellow icing and topped with milk chocolate candies.
Since 2011, this local Panera Bread franchisee Boston Bread has donated $175,279.72 to Boston Children’s Hospital as well as other local charitable organizations. All 16 participating locations can be located on www.panera-boston.com.
Miracles happen every day at Boston Children’s Hospital. Panera was able to make this donation supporting the care and research at Boston Children’s Hospital with the support of Boston-area residents, and through Operation Dough-nation initiatives such as the Easter Egg Cookie campaign.
“We value the partnership we have with Boston Children's Hospital and are proud to be supporting one of the top pediatric healthcare facilities in the world,” said Mike Hamra, President and CEO of Hamra Enterprises. “Their mission is inspiring and makes a difference for the children who are treated by the hospital. We are thankful for the efforts and financial support of our employees and customers.”
To make a contribution to Boston Children’s Hospital, visit Panera Bread, 797 Providence Hwy in Dedham, and look for the change box at the register. Additional information is available on the company’s website, www.panera-boston.com