We all tend to feel guilty after having one too many slices of pizza but this Saturday you can suspend those thoughts for a good cause.
Domino's Moss Vale will donate $1 from each pizza sold on June 19 to the Moss Vale Tennis Club.
The club have been working hard to improve their facilities since 2003 in the form of new court surfaces, lighting and general maintenance.
While Domino's has restaurants all over the globe, Moss Vale franchisee Sovit Nakarmi said supporting local clubs was vital.
"I believe it's incredibly important to give back to the local community, so when we heard about the improvements that could be made to the Moss Vale Tennis Club facilities, I was keen to offer our support," Mr Nakarmi said.
"Sport at a local level is so vital as it brings our communities together, so we want to help out the club by raising money to better their facilities."
It won't be the first time the restaurant has donated to local clubs with the 'Doughraiser' program previously raising money to the Moss Vale Cricket Club and Moss Vale Soccer Club.
"I'm very passionate about giving back to the Moss Vale community," he said.
"In regional communities like ours, I think it's incredibly important to show our support for local causes in any way we can."
Domino's Moss Vale is still a newcomer to the Highlands, having opened at the height of COVID-19 in July last year.
To date they have raised over $1200 for clubs and are aiming to break the $2000 mark this weekend.
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