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CELEBRATE BACK TO SCHOOL WITH A FREE ICE CREAM SUNDAE AT HOFFMAN’S CHOCOLATES WITH THE DONATION OF A NEW BACKPACK TO CHILDNET
Backpack Drive is being held July 29 – August 11
All backpacks will be donated to ChildNet
GREENACRES, Fla. – As part of its ongoing support of the community, Hoffman’s Chocolates is pleased to announce that it is celebrating the start of the 2019/2020 school year by holding a Backpack Drive, on July 29 through August 11 at all of its retail stores in Broward and Palm Beach counties, to benefit ChildNet. ChildNet is a Community-Based Care (CBC) lead agency in both Broward and Palm Beach counties that works to protect abused, abandoned and neglected children.
Anyone who donates a NEW school backpack at a participatingHoffman’s Chocolates retail location on July 29through Friday, August 11, will receive a Free Ice Cream Sundae. The offer is limited to one Hoffman’s Chocolates Ice Cream Sundae per donated school backpack (no drawstring bags, messenger bags or fanny packs). All backpacks should be brought to the store registers for redemption. Participating locations include Hoffman’s Chocolates stores in Greenacres, Boca Raton, Palm Beach Gardens, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Plantation and Weston. Please visit hoffmans.com for store locations and hours of operation.
“Ongoing support of the community is a big part of what we do throughout the year” said Lois Marino, Director of Community Engagement for Hoffman’s Chocolates. “We do this to help as many children and families in the community as we can and provide the students with the necessary tools to go back to school and set them up for success”.
“Hoffman’s Chocolates support of ChildNet with this backpack drive year after year is a tremendous effort,” said Larry Rein, CEO and President of ChildNet. “The backpack drive not only provides children the resources they need for school but also provides the confidence a child needs to start the school year off on the right foot.”