What better way to say thank you than with pizza?
Showing major gratitude to the thousands who are still heading out to work to help us on a daily basis, Domino’s is continuing to feed the nation’s key workers – with a huge donation of £4 million pizzas being delivered to frontline workers during the pandemic.
Delivered on a surprise basis, the pizzas act as a gesture of gratitude for key worker’s hard work as Coronavirus cases continue to rise in the UK – with NHS staff, emergency workers, social care workers and more being recognised for the important jobs they do.
Announcing the donation in an email to customers, Domino’s said: “Our teams will be surprising as many of you as we can with piping hot pizzas where you need it most – at work.
To our frontline heroes, we’re glad you enjoyed your pizza. There’s plenty more to come. pic.twitter.com/Job85GiW94
— Domino's Pizza UK (@Dominos_UK) April 8, 2020
“We’ll be making special surprise deliveries to hospitals, care homes, emergency hubs and many more key worker sites all over the country. Don’t worry, your delivery will of course be contact free.”
The move comes after the pizza chain gave away 100,000 pizzas to NHS staff just last month, with each store across the country taking part and delivering free pizzas to their local NHS facilities.