On March 7, 2017, enjoy eat-all-you-can buttermilk pancakes at IHOP Restaurants in the Philippines for only P250. Proceeds go to Kythe Foundation to help in their mission to fight pediatric cancer in the country. This is the 3rd annual National Pancake Day for IHOP in the Philippines.
The National Pancake Day was started by IHOP USA as an annual event to help its partner charities raise funds though IHOP’s star product, the buttermilk pancakes. IHOP Philippines’ partner charity is Kythe Foundation, which focuses on psycho-social assistance to kids with cancer, blood diseases, and cardiovascular diseases. Kids confined in hospitals, through Kythe’s efforts, are given a chance to play, grow, and learn through various activities.
“Last year, IHOP Philippines, with the public’s generous and kind-hearted support, was able to raise nearly P400,000 for the Kythe Foundation Charity, through our National Pancake Day initiative,’ said Archie Rodriguez, CEO of Global Restaurant Concepts, Inc., IHOP restaurant franchisee in the Philippines. “…we are hoping to raise a total of P500,000 this year for the Kythe Foundation to aid, in our own small way, in improving the quality of life and alleviating the condition of our children battling pediatric cancer.”
All-You-Can-Eat Pancakes is back! Help yourself to stack after stack of our golden, fluffy, Original Buttermilk Pancakes for only P250 on March 7, 2017. Save the date! #eatallyoucan #pancakes #NationalPancakeDay2017 #soon #spreadinghappiness #ihop #Ihop_ph Available soon at IHOP Century City Mall, Araneta, Mall of Asia, UP Town Center and Bonifacio Global City.
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During the National Pancake Day at IHOP Restaurants in the Philippines on March 7, 2017, you can enjoy, for only P250, all-you-can-eat (unlimited) buttermilk pancakes with a choice of IHOP’s signature syrups and whipped butter. It doesn’t include drinks and other pancake flavors. You can also order it for take out. This event is open to the public; IHOP PH is not selling tickets for it.