Helping kids kick cancer

Subway Helping Kids Kick Cancer Promotion

Since 2011, Subway restaurants in Savannah and Macon, Georgia, have set up an in-store fundraiser called The Children Fund to support our pediatric program. Customers were encouraged to donate one dollar toward the cause in return for a discounted meal. This year, The Children Fund has raised more than $9,000.

Children deserve the chance to enjoy life — even though they have been diagnosed with cancer. Through Subway’s Children Fund campaign, more than $40,000 has been donated to help support this mission and provide funding for our world-renowned Child Life program, family fun nights, transportation, artist and art supplies and more.

We’d like to say a special thank you to Savannah and Macon Subway restaurants and to all who participated. Your donations will help children fight cancer and have a better quality of life.

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