Visit your local Triple O’s until Oct. 28 and $1 from every Stadium Burger Combo ordered will go to the local KidSport chapter.

It’s game on for Surrey’s tastiest fundraiser!

Buy a Triple O’s burger and support KidSport to help kids get in the game

Can buying a burger help kids get in the game?

It can when that burger is part of Triple O’s annual fundraiser for KidSport!

From now through Sept. 28, Triple O customers and team members at Triple O’s on 64th and 144th are coming together to support local youth who need a little help with the cost of playing organized sport. The initiative is part of the annual, company-wide Triple O’s partnership and one the Surrey community has been keen to support, says franchisee and operator Teresa Troock.

“The money we raise here stays right here in our community, to help local youth,” Troock says.

KidSport is a not-for-profit organization that provides financial support to families in need, so that kids in Surrey and in communities across Canada can enjoy the benefits playing sports provides, such as physical activity, self-confidence, teamwork and friendship.

For approximately every $400 raised, a child gets the chance to play a sport for the year. Over the past eight years, the event has raise more than $350,000 for KidSport, letting nearly 875 kids enjoy the benefit of sport!

Since opening Triple O’s on 64th Avenue in Surrey, Troock is excited to with the fundraiser’s growth: from $3,200 two years ago to $5,100 last year. This year’s goal is $5,600 – enough to get 14 kids in the game!

Here’s how you can help:

  1. Order a brand-new Stadium Burger Combo from now until Oct. 28 – $1 from every combo will go to the local KidSport chapter. This delicious burger is a mash-up of two popular sports game classics: a hot dog and a hamburger… it’s the best of both worlds!
  2. Donate in-store and show your spirit – Receive a KidSport Jersey badge, write your name on it and add it to the restaurant’s KidSport display!
  3. Fun and games for the kids – On Saturday, Sept. 22, Troock brings fun and games to the restaurant, including facepainting by donation, a chance to spin the wheel or play Plinko for prizes, or challenge your skills with the ring toss and beanbag toss. You can also enjoy Triple O’s usual Tuesday special – the original Triple O Burger for just $3.99, plus tax – from 11 a.m. to close.
  4. Visit on KidSport Day – On Sept. 28, $1 from EVERY burger combo sold will be donated to KidSport!

Visit Triple O’s from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., and until 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Don’t forget to enter for your chance to win an On the Go food truck party for you and 50 friends, plus five $100 Triple O’s gift cards – simply fill out a ballot in-restaurant! For details on how to support Triple O’s and the Surrey KidSport chapter, call the restaurant at 778-590-3311. Learn more about KidSport at kidsportcanada.ca

 

Triple O’s on 64th Avenue in Surrey has a whole host of fun promotions planned in support of KidSport!

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