The whole month of May is National Military Month, and according to Fox News IHOP wants to celebrate and honor those who serve our country.

For this month, IHOP launched a new campaign to help raise money for education for children whose parents passed away in the line of duty. IHOP teamed up with Children of Fallen Patriots Foundation (CFP) to help raise $1 million for college scholarships and educational counseling for military kids.

“Taking care of kids and families is at the heart of what we do every day at IHOP and has been a part of our brand philosophy since we first opened our doors in 1958,” IHOP president Darren Rebelez said in a news release.

“IHOP and Fallen Patriots share the belief that children are our future and that together, we can set tomorrow’s leaders up for success,” Darren Rebelez also said.

If you would like to help get to $1 million, go to your local IHOP and purchase a $5 wall sticker or donate when you cash-out. If you buy the $5 wall sticker, you will receive a $5 off coupon for any purchase over $10 for your next visit.

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