Azzip Pizza’s “Pot of Dough” Fundraising Program Back for 2021

5% back every visit plus $10,000 grand prize to a non-profit organization.

Azzip (AY-ZIP) Pizza is bringing back their successful “Pot of Dough” fundraising program to support non-profit organizations in the community.  The program will be an extension of Azzip’s “We Give A’Zip” program that has donated back over $250,000 in the last 5 years!

“The feedback and participation we had from the wonderful group of organizations we worked with last year blew us away.  We are so excited to be running this fundraiser again.  We have added some additional fun events throughout the program to keep it engaging for our organizations and their supporters!  Azzip is excited to be able to support the community again in this way.” – says Azzip founder and Co-CEO Brad Niemeier.

The “Pot of Dough” Fundraiser will allow for organizations to raise money every time one of their supporters places an order online or visits any Azzip Pizza location from the beginning of September until the end of November.  Every time a supporter visits Azzip, 5% of their pre-tax purchase total will go back to the organization they are supporting.

In addition to the $10,000 grand prize, Azzip will be donating five $1,000 first prizes.  There will also be an additional $1,000 winner and ten $100 winners drawn early in the program!  Every dollar a supporter spends on food and drink purchases at Azzip will earn their organization an entry into the sweepstakes drawing for the “Pot of Dough” grand prize.

In 2020, KLD Alzheimer’s Foundation in Lafayette, Indiana won the inaugural grand prize. “Winning the $10,000 has allowed us to not only continue in our mission but to amplify it!” says KLD board member Mechann Dubea. “We are proud to continue to fight against Alzheimer’s on behalf of Azzip.”

The fundraising program is open to eligible non-profits with a valid 501 (c)(3) organization. Only one entry per 501(c)(3) will be allowed.  Organizations can register now at www.azzippizza.com/pot-of-dough. Complete rules and more information can be found on the website.