IHOP announced Wednesday it will host a $1 Buttermilk pancake event on Tuesday, May 21 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at restaurants nationwide with the full dollar going back to Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (CFP). Coinciding with National Military Appreciation Month, the campaign aims to contribute $1 million to college scholarships for the children of servicemen and women that have passed in the line of duty. While other educational assistance programs exist for Gold Star families, significant costs often remain with many surviving families struggling to make ends meet—in fact, 63 percent of surviving spouses make less than $50,000 per year. CFP is unique in that the organization works to bridge the $32,000 gap between government assistance programs and the cost of a four-year degree program. Of the students who are part of the CFP program, 97 percent graduate from college debt-free.
“I’m really proud of our partnership with Children of Fallen Patriots, an incredible organization that shares IHOP’s passion for taking care of families, and in this case, the children of our military heroes who gave their life for our freedom,” says
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“We are so proud to partner with IHOP for this Rolling Remembrance stop ahead of Memorial Day,” says
“Children of Fallen Patriots is truly thankful for the support of everyone at IHOP and Pepsi,” says David Kim, founder of Children of Fallen Patriots. “Their partnership will help provide over 140 years of debt-free education to the children of our country’s fallen heroes. And just as importantly, the families we serve take great comfort in knowing that their fellow Americans will always honor their sacrifice.”
Guests are invited to show their support by visiting any IHOP restaurant during the month of May and making an on-check donation or by purchasing a
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