Domino’s feeds the knead in the wake of COVID

The team at Domino’s Lisarow

The newly opened Domino’s store at Lisarow is dedicated to helping those in need by providing safe, hot meals to locals who are doing it tough due to COVID-19.

As part of Domino’s new community-based program, Feed the Knead, which aims to provide localised support in the form of free pizza, Store Manager Kyle Drury has donated more than 50 hot pizzas to Central Coast Disaster Relief (CCDR).

Drury said Domino’s Lisarow is committed to giving back to the local community and encourages anyone who has fallen on tough times to contact the store.

“As a new business in Lisarow, I understand it is a privilege to be able to operate and safely feed those in the community during this time,” he said.

“That is why we are doing everything possible to live up to that privilege and to return the support that our community has so generously shown us.

“On the opening day of Domino’s Lisarow, we were proud to support the volunteers and visitors of the Central Coast Disaster Relief, a non-profit support service that aims to help feed those within the community by providing weekly food, health check-ups and haircuts with a donation of piping hot pizzas.

“It was great to get involved with vital, local support services, such as CCDR, who are providing important relief and assistance to those most at risk in our community, and we look forward to continuing our support in the future.”

Media release, Apr 1
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises