White Spot Pirate Paks support summer camp for kids

Wednesday, Aug. 17 is Adult Pirate Pak day.

On Wednesday, Aug. 17, White Spot restaurants are donating $2 from every Pirate Pak sold to the Zajac Ranch, a B.C.-based summer camp that brings joy to children with serious medical conditions.

And moms and dads can relive the traditional White Spot experience with their own Adult Pirate Pak, featuring a legendary burger, bacon cheddar bigger burger, chicken burger or portobello provolne veggie burger.

All Adult Pirate Paks include creamy coleslaw and endless fries, plus a soft drink, a chocolate coin and a scoop of ice cream in a fun cardboard boat.

Each year, the Zajac Ranch for Children hosts hundreds of kids with serious and chronic illnesses and disabilities who might not otherwise have a chance to enjoy a summer camp experience.

Some of the campers need dialysis, others have autism and some have physical challenges that keep them at home while other kids are outside enjoying life.

The Ranch gives young people with extraordinary needs a chance to make friends, to try new things and above all, to have fun.

In Surrey, White Spots are located at #116-15157 56 Ave.; 10181 152 St.; and 13580 102 Ave.

In Delta, locations are at 7207 120 St. and 1199 56 St.

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