Children at a Greggs Foundation Breakfast Club

Feed a child in need by adding 25p to your order in Greggs

1 month ago
2 min read
Did you know you can help provide a nutritious breakfast to a child simply by adding 25p to your order in Greggs?

That’s right, as well as your delicious Steak Bake or fab Flat White you can walk away from Greggs feeling warm and fuzzy knowing you’ve done a good deed.

No matter what your order, just tell one of our shop colleagues you want to donate to the Greggs Foundation Breakfast Club Appeal at the till.

For many reasons, some children don’t get the right start to their day.

Hungry kids find it harder to concentrate, learn and make friends at school, that’s why in 1999 we created the Greggs Foundation Breakfast Club.

Children at a Greggs Foundation Breakfast Club

For 23 years, we’ve worked hard to make sure a nutritious breakfast is provided for the children who need it most.

Now is not the time to blow our own trumpet, but we’ve been doing a pretty good job.

There are more than 730 Greggs Foundation Breakfast Clubs which feed around 45,000 children a day – that amounts to 8.8 million each year. 

With your support, we raised an incredible £120,000 during last year’s Breakfast Club Appeal - that’s 480,000 additional breakfasts going to those who need it most. 

We’ve opened a further 50 breakfast clubs this year, but, with the cost-of-living crisis, we know there is more that could be done to ensure no child goes hungry. 

That’s where you come in…  

We already know Greggs fans are a good bunch, and of course we don’t have to mention your great taste. 

But next time you order your tasty faves at the counter please consider adding 25p to help us provide for kids who may otherwise go without. 

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