Over the course of three years, Domino’s, through its Feed the Knead program, provided 200,000 pizzas to individuals in need, averaging approximately 173 pizzas per day.
Established in 2020, Feed the Knead has grown from strength to strength, dedicated to providing for individuals and communities facing adversity.
Through a form on Domino’s website, the program encourages individuals to nominate those in need of extra assistance during challenging times. By doing so, it offers localized support, alleviating one concern for recipients by providing a secure, hot meal.
Don Meij, CEO of Domino’s ANZ, conveyed his appreciation for the continuous community support bolstering the program.
“When we launched our Feed the Knead program, we were deeply moved by the way communities banded together to nominate those in need; a local effort with national impact that makes a difference, one slice at a time,” Meij said.
The franchisees of Domino’s Warana, Andrew Wood and Skye Youd, took pride in achieving the highest number of pizza donations among Australian stores. They generously contributed 5,761 pizzas to those in need over the past three years.
The Feed the Knead program is powered by community participation and locally owned and operated Domino’s stores.