The Domino’s store on Dunmore Street in Coleraine ran a week-long promotion for pizza lovers and donated proceeds from each order to Help Wee Oliver Walk, an appeal which is raising funds for five year old Coleraine school boy Oliver Dickey.
To celebrate the fundraising effort, Domino’s invited Oliver and his family in-store for a pizza making lesson with the experts.
Joggy Dhillon, franchisee of Domino’s Coleraine, said: “As a local business, we are delighted to help support the needs of the local community and we are very pleased to hand over this money to Oliver’s appeal.
“A big thank you to our customers who, while enjoying a delicious, piping hot pizza, have helped us to raise these much needed funds.
“It was our pleasure to have Oliver and his family visit our store too.”
Charlene Dickey, Oliver’s mum added: “We are very grateful to Domino’s for their fantastic fundraising efforts, which mean so much to
“It was a real treat for us to have a pizza making lesson in the store too. Oliver really enjoyed his visit to the store”
Domino’s Pizza actively encourages its stores and franchisees to deliver more to the community by supporting local groups, schools and events. For more information, please pop into Domino’s at 3 Dunmore Street, Coleraine, BT52 1EL or call them on 02870 344344.
For more information on Help Wee Oliver Walk, please visit www.facebook.com/helpweeoliverwalk