Chuck E. Cheese is proud to be one of the official partners of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. For more than 150 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of America has enabled young people most in need to achieve great futures as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Today, more than 4,300 Clubs serve 4 million young people annually through Club membership and community outreach.
For the month of May:
Round Up The Change! when you pay in-restaurant to donate to Boys & Girls Clubs, our national charity partner.
While Chuck E. has always been one of the many restaurants that helps raise funds for meaningful causes, we are especially proud of our multi-year national partnership with BGCA. Our goal as a kid-focused business is to help all current and future Boys & Girls Club members reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. As a family fun center and play restaurant for kids, Chuck E. is known to be a go-to destination where all kids can play safely, build positive relationships, and enjoy our kid friendly menu. Through this partnership, Chuck E. Cheese and BGCA are working to reinforce how critical fun and play are to a productive future for young people.
Through our network of over 500 restaurants, Chuck E. Cheese will drive customer engagement in support of BGCA’s mission with a series of charitable donation campaigns, as well as select activations throughout the year. Some of our initiatives includes a bi-annual donation campaign, a Workforce Development program for eligible club members, and a “Back2School: Stuff the Bus” campaign.
The CEC Cares Employee Relief Fund was established to help respond to CEC Entertainment employees’ needs in times of crisis or tragedy. CEC Cares is a charitable and organized way to help employees and their immediate family ease their resulting financial hardship. The CEC Cares Employee Relief Fund may provide short-term assistance to employees experiencing severe financial hardship due to unexpected and unavoidable emergencies. The CEC Cares Employee Relief Fund is managed and administered by the Tulsa Community Foundation (TCF), a U.S. Internal Revenue Service 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit charitable foundation. Eligible applicants must be a CEC Entertainment employee at the time of the crisis event in order to be eligible to apply.