Pancake Day to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network - WRBL

Pancake Day to raise money for Children’s Miracle Network

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BIRMINGHAM, AL - If you like pancakes, today is your lucky day.

IHOP is offering free stacks of pancakes until 10 p.m. tonight as part of National Pancake Day.

In return, customers will be asked to make donations to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

Since 2006, IHOP has helped to raise more than $8 million for hospitals nationwide.

Donations made in Birmingham will benefit Children’s of Alabama Hospital.

Nearly 1,400 IHOP restaurants will participate, including several across Alabama.

  • Athens (16211 Athens Limestone Blvd.) 
  • Birmingham (5243 Highway 280) and (7748  Crestwood Blvd.) 
  • Decatur (1428 Beltline Road SW)  
  • Dothan (3407 Ross Clark Circle)  
  • Homewood (221 State Farm Parkway)  
  • Huntsville (3001 S. Memorial Parkway)    
  • Madison (8622 Highway 72)   
  • Montgomery (115 Eastern Blvd.) and (2950 E. South Blvd.)  
  • Oxford (1904 U.S. Highway 78 E)  
  • Pelham (2000 Pelham Parkway)     
  • Tuscaloosa (724 Skyland Blvd.)  

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