“Eat Like a Kid” Day proceeds help end bullying in Phoenix schools

Chompies' "Eat Like a Kid" Day proceeds benefit Phoenix schools.

Chompies’ “Eat Like a Kid” Day proceeds benefit Phoenix schools.

Chompie’s, Arizona’s New York Deli, is hosting “Eat Like a Kid Day” on Wednesday, Aug. 19. On Eat Like a Kid Day, people of any age can order off of Chompie’s award-winning kid’s menu, and Chompie’s will make a donation from every kids meal purchased to the non-profit Playworks, Inc., to keep bullying out of Phoenix schools.

To date, Chompie’s has donated over $25,000 to Playworks Arizona as a result of Eat Like a Kid Day.

Chompie’s award-winning kids menu is packed with all the foods kids of all ages love to chomp, stated a press release. With 19 entrees, there’s something to enjoy for every kid — from the finicky to the junior foodie. Gluten-free friendly options are also available, stated the release.

With school violence on the rise, Chompie’s is proud to continue its partnership with the non-profit Playworks to keep bullying out of Phoenix area schools and playgrounds by hosting “Eat Like a Kid Day.” And furthering their commitment, Chompie’s also makes a donation to Playworks Arizona for each Chompie’s brand water bottle purchased in their restaurants, according to the release.

For more information visit https://www.chompies.com.

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