IHOP Pancake Day to support Children’s Hospital of Georgia

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You can help provide specialized pediatric care at the not-for-profit Children’s Hospital of Georgia when you order pancakes at IHOP for the annual Pancake Day fundraiser on Tuesday, Feb. 25.

During National Pancake Day on Feb. 25, IHOP restaurants in the Augusta and Aiken area will serve free short stacks of their buttermilk pancakes from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 180 Aiken Mall Drive, Aiken, South Carolina; 4361 Washington Road, Evans, Georgia; 3125 Peach Orchard Road, Augusta, Georgia; and 1248 Knox Ave., North Augusta, South Carolina.

In addition to a free pancakes, guests who visit that day will have the chance to win free pancakes for life and other prizes. In 2019, IHOP, its franchisees and guests raised $4 million for charity partners.

Since 2006, IHOP’s National Pancake Day has raised more than $30 million to provide life-saving treatment, programs and medical equipment for pediatric patients, including the nearly 100,000 children treated annually at Children’s Hospital of Georgia. Funds raised locally in previous years have gone toward renovations in CHOG’s level IV NICU, special care nursery, PICU, pediatric surgery resources, blanket warmers and much more.

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Miguelangelo Hernandez is a senior communications and media coordinator at Augusta University. You can reach him at mighernandez@augusta.edu or (706) 993-6411.

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