It is the time of the year once again to enjoy unlimited servings of IHOP’s world famous buttermilk pancakes and be part of a global effort to give to charity. On Tuesday, March 7, all IHOP restaurants in the Philippines will be joining counterparts throughout the United States, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and Mexico in observing the traditional National Pancake Day.
For the third consecutive year, every guest of the restaurant will have a day-long opportunity to enjoy eat-all-you-can buttermilk pancakes for P250. From that amount, P200 will automatically be donated to the Kythe Foundation, a non-government organization that provides relief to children who are suffering from cancer and other chronic illnesses.
“Last year, IHOP Philippines, with the public’s generous and kind hearted support, was able to raise nearly P400,000 for the Kythe Foundation,” revealed Archie Rodriguez, CEO of Global Restaurants Concepts, Inc., which solely holds the IHOP franchise in the country. This year, IHOP Philippines aims to raise P500,000 to give to the foundation.
The National Pancake Day in the Philippines also coincides with the 25th year of the Kythe Foundation, which has been the beneficiary since 2015 because of its advocacy that aligns with IHOP’s child-centric values. The charitable organization focuses on psycho-social assistance extended to children with cancer and blood and cardiovascular diseases in specific hospitals throughout the metro.
To enjoy unlimited servings of buttermilk pancakes and be part of the National Pancake Day, drop by any of these five IHOP locations: Bonifacio Global City (6 a.m. to 11 p.m.), UP Town Center (7 a.m. to 9 p.m.), Century City Mall (7 a.m. to 9 p.m.), SM Mall of Asia (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.), and Araneta Center (8 a.m. to 10 p.m.). The promo includes buttermilk pancakes and a choice of signature syrups and whipped butter. It excludes other pancake flavors and drinks.