On Tuesday, February 25, 2020, IHOP will host its 15th annual National Pancake Day celebration. An estimated 5 million pancakes will be served around the country on this day! It’s a great way to enjoy some free food that also offers the opportunity to support a good cause — helping kids battle serious, life-threatening illnesses.
Simply stop by your local IHOP from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m and receive a free short stack of original buttermilk pancakes. The short stack includes 3 of their classic buttermilk pancakes. The offer is only valid for dine-in customers.
As part of the big event, IHOP will also be giving a lucky winner free pancakes for life. You can learn more about the contest here on their website.
IHOP also asks you to consider making a donation while you are there that goes directly to their partners — Children’s Miracle Network, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and Shriners Hospitals for Children. While not required, you can give any amount you’d like if you wish to support local hospitals in the DFW area that provide treatment for children battling critical illnesses.
The annual IHOP National Pancake Day has been going on for well over a decade now, and they’ve raised more than $30 million for organizations that include Children’s Miracle Network, Shriners Hospitals for Children, and more.
IHOP National Pancake Day is a way the restaurant commits to giving back to the community in meaningful ways. Each stack of pancakes served at this signature annual event helps their charity partners improve the health and wellbeing of countless children and families across the country.
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Photo courtesy IHOP
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