A major pizza brand intervenes to strengthen the formation of charitable associations
Domino’s Pizza will take over the kitchen of Pompey in the Community for the 2018/19 season as the organization aims to train young people and adults.
During the past year, Pompey in the Community has used its eight workstations to provide training.
Adam Lea, Sales and Marketing Manager at Pompey in the Community, said: “We are delighted to partner with Domino’s Pizza Portsmouth.
“The company has demonstrated such a passion for what we do as a community service that this partnership made perfect sense.
“We are so excited about what we can achieve together in the future and the plans that are being developed will help promote our educational kitchen facility and allow us to create tailor-made sessions that will benefit the community at large. large as an integer. ‘
The charitable branch of football clubs wishes to provide an educational site for children and adults to learn and develop their cooking skills in a safe environment.
Domino’s Pizza, now the charity’s official cooking partner, has branches in Portsmouth, Waterlooville, Cowplain, Fareham, Stubbington and Alverstoke.
Michelle Jay, Marketing Manager at Solent Pizza Group, added: “We are very happy to support Pompey in the community. We are huge fans of what the organization does in the Portsmouth community, and we wanted to be involved with the team.
“The wide array of programs that the charity offers to members of the public is incredibly impressive, and we hope to use our brand to develop this even further through the nouvelle cuisine.
“We have a real passion to work in all of our local store communities and, in partnership with our sponsorship of Portsmouth Football Club, this makes this the perfect partnership for us. “
Anson Rad’s kitchen in Portsmouth will be redecorated with the Domino’s Pizza brand in the coming weeks, the association said.
He plans to launch “innovative and inventive culinary initiatives” during the year.
The organization runs various inclusion groups, including helping children with disabilities get into football.