The operators behind the Glasgow pancake bar have teamed up with the Radio Clyde charity and have pledged to donate all revenue from pancake sales sold today (February 25) to the cause.
The business aims to raise £20,000 across its three units on West George Street in Glasgow city centre, Silverburn Shopping Centre, and Glasgow Fort; the final amount will go towards groups and projects that support children in the West of Scotland during the Easter holidays.
Paul Reynolds, co-owner of Stack & Still, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Radio Clyde Cash for Kids for the second year running.
“Pancake Day is one of our busiest trading days of the year and we really want to raise as much money as we can for the charity.
“We have set ourselves a steep target of 20k across our three venues, so we hope to serve as many people as possible and raise some serious cash.”