Happy Joe’s keen to support local school organizations

The iconic Midwestern pizza brand will offer a variety of fundraising options through the end of 2022

Bettendorf, IA (RestaurantNews.com) Over the past 50 years, community engagement has been one of the Happy Joe’s pizza and ice creamthe most important core values. One of the ways the brand continually achieves this goal is through its annual back-to-school fundraising opportunities!

By the end of the year, the iconic Midwestern pizza brand is bringing back its three most popular fundraising options for school clubs, programs, or any organization looking for a fun way to raise money. – often while enjoying valuable Happy Joe’s discounts.

The most popular option is to use Happy Fundraising Cards. These cards save over $40 and are accepted at all Happy Joe’s stores. Groups can buy these cards for $1 and sell them for $5, making a profit of $4 on each card sold.

The Happy Joe’s Scrip program is another fundraising vehicle that offers schools and organizations the opportunity to purchase Happy Joe’s gift cards at a discount and resell them at full retail value. These gift cards are available in a variety of denominations from each location. To order cards for your school, call 562-332-8811 and ask for Hollie!

Organizations can also benefit from hosting a 5-hour fundraiser, during which guests are invited, via a flyer, to “order from Happy Joe’s for dine-in, take-out, or delivery.” on a specific date between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. and 10 to 15% of your purchase will go towards the cause you have chosen. Customers must present the flyer when paying for their meal. Fundraisers receive a check within two weeks of the 5am fundraiser.

Select Happy Joe’s stores will extend this fundraiser offer beyond five hours, so find a store near you here and discuss your event with one of our owners. For more information about this program, contact Kristel Ersan, Vice President of Marketing at Happy Joe’s Support Center at 563.332.8811.

“Our back-to-school fundraisers have always been an important aspect of Happy Joe’s,” said Happy Joe’s CEO and Happiness Director Tom Sacco. “Since 1972, we have been committed to giving back to the community and plan to continue to offer multiple fundraising opportunities for years to come. We look forward to working with many local organizations again this year and inviting anyone else interested to join us as we put the fun back into fundraising!

To learn more about Happy Joes or to see the full menu, visit HappyJoes.com. If you are interested in Happy Joe’s franchise opportunities, email Kat Davidson at KatD@drhnow.com or call 678.485.8413.

About Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream

Founded in 1972 by Joe Whitty in Davenport, Iowa, Happy Joe’s dream was to create a restaurant concept focused on serving America’s two favorite dishes – pizza and ice cream – in a family-friendly, festive environment. Owned and operated by Dynamic Restaurant Holdings Inc., Happy Joe’s has been named FastCasual “Top 200” concept, Franchise hours “Top 400” company, and Nation Restaurant News Top 500 restaurant. The family-centric pizza brand has eight businesses and 34 franchises throughout the Midwest with more on the way. To learn more, visit HappyJoes.com or follow Happy Joe’s on Facebook, Twitter and instagram.

Kat McManigle