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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

David's Legacy Foundation, Papa John's Partner for Pizza Against Bullying

Posted By on Tue, Aug 28, 2018 at 1:05 PM

We at David’s Legacy Foundation are grateful for the support of our friends, neighbors and partners, like our locally owned Papa John’s stores. As we work to increase awareness of teen cyber bullying and the life-altering affects it can have on families, we raise a higher bar for communities. Papa John’s does the same.

That’s why on Wednesday, August 29, all 29 local Papa John’s stores will donate 29% of all sales to David’s Legacy Foundation to help combat cyberbullying in our communities.

David’s Legacy Foundation is committed to ending cyber-assisted bullying by educating communities about the harmful effects of cyber abuse, providing support for bullying victims, promoting kindness, and supporting legislation that prohibits the cyberbullying of minors. The support we receive from Papa John’s local stores helps to fulfill our commitment and spare as many families as possible from the pain our family has felt.

Through our partnership with Papa John’s we encourage everyone to take the #DavidsLegacy Anti-Cyberbullying Pledge and take a public stand against cyberbullying. By pledging to never use electronic devices as a weapon, we can elevate the conversation and increase awareness of cyberbullying and cyber abuse.

Click to learn more about David’s Legacy Foundation or to support the foundation by ordering Papa John’s.

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