- Hash House A Go Go to donate $1 from every specialty pancake sold to The Hundley Foundation.
- The Hundley Foundation was created in 2019 by NFL Quarterback Brett Hundley and his sister Paris.
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With a heart as big as their pancakes, to celebrate National Pancake Day on Tuesday, March 1, Hash House A Go Go extends the special Pancake Day into Pancake Week and “gives back through flapjacks” by donating $1 from every specialty pancake sold at all valley locations from February 28 through March 6, 2022, to The Hundley Foundation, a local organization assisting families struggling with epilepsy with a focus on health, wellness, and educational support.
“We’re so grateful for Hash House A Go Go’s generous support through this fun promotion,” said Brett Hundley. “Through their donations, we will be able to help more families in need in the Las Vegas valley.”
Celebrate National Pancake Week, Hash House A Go Go’s favorite holiday of the year, during breakfast, brunch, and lunch at locations inside The LINQ Resort & Casino, inside the Plaza Hotel & Casino, on W. Charleston in Summerlin, W. Sahara in Las Vegas, and N. Stephanie Street in Henderson, and $1 from any of the oversized specialty pancakes including Blueberry, Brown Sugar Bacon, Brown Sugar Banana, or Snickers, among others, will be donated to The Hundley Foundation.
About Hash House A Go Go
Hash House A Go Go brings farm-fresh food with a funky, modern twist to the locals and visitors of Las Vegas. The well-known restaurant is famous for its unusual décor and enormous portions. The restaurant has garnered dozens of local and national “Best Of” accolades, including, most recently, “Best Local Brunch of All Time” in Las Vegas Weekly’s “Best of All Time” Awards in 2020; “Best Waffles” in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2019 “Best of Las Vegas” poll, and has been featured on the Food Network, “Martha Stewart,” “Dr. Phil” and the popular Travel Channel program, “Man v. Food.”
About The Hundley Foundation
The mission of The Hundley Foundation is to improve the lives of children and families in need. The Hundley Foundation was created in 2019 by NFL Quarterback Brett Hundley and his sister Paris. Paris was diagnosed with epilepsy at a young age and Brett witnessed his sister’s struggles. Brett noticed the lack of awareness and understanding about epilepsy and wanted to make a difference in his community. In 2021 the Hundley Foundation expanded its services to impact more children and families in need. The foundation will create and support initiatives that focus on health, wellness, and education in disenfranchised communities. For more information about The Hundley Foundation, please visit their website.