Denny Corporation has announced that the company has collaborated with the St. Jude Children’s Hospital to fight childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. The company has further added that it will donate a portion of every meal ordered by the Denny’s Kids Menu to support the lifesaving mission of the hospital.
All the treatments invented will help to push the childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80%, since its opening. It is the mission of the hospital that no child would die from life threatening diseases and cancer.
Chief Brand Officer and Executive Vice President at Denny Corporation, John Dillon said, “St. Jude is a special and inspiring institution, and there are so many families who have been touched by cancer and sickle cell disease that we knew Denny’s could help make a difference.”
“Together, we will fund important medical research and treatment that will help those who need it most – the children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases,” John Dillon further added in the statement.
Chief Executive Officer and President of ALSAC, Richard Shadyar Jr. said, “We are elated that artwork designed by St. Jude patient, Marleigh, will be featured on the kids’ menu in Denny’s restaurants all across the United States. Marleigh is an extraordinary young girl.”
Her journey has not been easy, just like the thousands of children treated each year at St. Jude. Denny’s ongoing commitment to donate proceeds from every kids’ menu sale, from every restaurant across the nation, can make a difference in the lives of kids like Marleigh and help ensure that no family ever receives a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food because we believe all a family should worry about is helping their child live,” Richard concluded.
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