Ben & Jerry’s, the beloved ice cream brand known for its social and environmental activism, is giving its fans a sweet reason to visit their local scoop shops. With an in-store purchase, customers can now contribute to making a “Waffle Lotta Good” in their communities.
A Scoop of Ice Cream, A Scoop of Goodness
Ben & Jerry’s has always been about more than just ice cream. The company is deeply committed to supporting local communities and addressing social and environmental issues. With the “Waffle Lotta Good” initiative, they are taking their commitment to the next level.
Supporting Local Causes
When customers make an in-store purchase at their local Ben & Jerry’s scoop shop, they’re not just treating themselves to delicious ice cream; they’re also contributing to local causes. A portion of the proceeds from these purchases will go towards supporting community initiatives, projects, and organizations that are making a positive impact.
Joining Forces for Positive Change
Ben & Jerry’s has a history of partnering with local organizations and nonprofits to drive change at the grassroots level. With the “Waffle Lotta Good” initiative, they’re inviting their fans to be part of this positive change and help make their communities even better.
A Delicious Way to Give Back
Indulging in a scoop or two of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream has never felt this good. By enjoying their favorite flavors, customers are actively contributing to the well-being of their communities. It’s a win-win situation where everyone gets to savor the taste of delicious ice cream while supporting local causes.
Join Ben & Jerry’s in Doing a Waffle Lotta Good
Ben & Jerry’s has always believed that businesses have a responsibility to be a force for good in the world. With the “Waffle Lotta Good” initiative, they are inviting their fans to be part of this mission. So, next time you’re craving some ice cream, visit your local Ben & Jerry’s scoop shop, and together, let’s do a “Waffle Lotta Good” for our communities.
To find the closest participating scoop shop and learn more, visit benjerry.com/wafflelottagood.