Last month, Domino’s announced that it was giving away £4million of pizza to support key worker heroes to say thank you to frontline staff. Key workers have been sharing the snaps on social media.
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Domino’s said: “Over the past four weeks we have been celebrating and recognising different key worker groups in the UK.
“We’ve delivered pizza donations to NHS staff, emergency workers, postal workers, care homes, pharmacies and many more.”
It went on: “Domino’s drivers have been making surprise visits to give our everyday heroes a small token of appreciation, as they work hard to ensure people are safe, parcels are delivered and our most vulnerable are cared for.”
Grateful key workers posed with their pizzas. Swadlincote Response Unit wrote: “Thanks so much @Dominos_UK Very generous of you #RandomActsOfPizza”
Essex Fire Service said: “#ThankYouThursday to @Dominos_UK for the pizzas they’ve donated to a few of our sites across our Service.
“Today we decided to #PayItForward and took extras round to Orsett hospital for their staff to enjoy too. You know that saying: A pizza shared is, erm, a nice thing to do?
Autism Cornwall wrote: “#clapforourcarers mahoooooosive thanks to
@Dominos_UK for so kindly sorting the Springfield crew some delicious pizzas!!! They went down an absolute storm as the pic shows.”
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Which other stores are offering freebies for NHS workers?
The doughnut company is giving away free doughnuts and hot drinks to NHS and key workers.
The store has opened some UK drive thrus.
Uber Eats and Uber
Uber Eats is offering free meals to key workers.
Free Uber rides are also available to key workers.
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Deliveroo is asking others to donate to a fund which it will use to delivery free meals to NHS staff.
Starbucks is reopening and offering free tall drinks to NHS workers.
The store said: “As a small gesture of gratitude for everything NHS workers have and continue to do, we’re offering a free Tall beverage of their choice at our stores.”
Starbucks said it has been “learning, testing and refining our operational standards every day”.
Mostly drive thrus will be opening, although some stores are opening on a take-away only basis.
What is more, the stores are only accepting payments on card, contactless and app payments – no cash.
Starbucks said: “All stores will be serving a near-complete beverage menu, with everything from Lattes to Cappuccinos, Iced Coffees and Teas to Frappuccinos.”
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