Seven Domino's stores will come together to host a 'Doughraiser' on December 3, donating $1 from every pizza sold on the day to the family of Mathew Neary - a local man who tragically lost his life in an accident last week.
Domino's Pork Kennedy franchisee Allan Vreeken said this cause was close to home, with stores coming together to support Port Kennedy store manager Rob Atkinson who is Mr Neary's cousin.
Mr Vreeken said the funds raised will help alleviate the Neary family of any financial pressure during this incredibly difficult time.
"Our thoughts are with Teesha, Mr Neary's nine children and the Neary family during this challenging time," he said.
"We encourage all of our customers to come down on Thursday to help us support the Neary family."
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Former Domino's team member Brody Rodgers, Mr Neary's cousin, said that he was grateful for the support the company was able to offer.
"On behalf of Mr Neary's family, I would like to say a huge thank you to Domino's for all of the support during this difficult time," Mr Rodgers said.
"Mathew had a smile and a natural ability to walk into any room and take the spotlight.
"It didn't matter how his day was going or how he was feeling at the time - he still managed to make sure you were okay, putting everyone else before himself.
"While we know nothing will bring Mathew back, the most important thing we can do as a family is ensure his partner and all of his children are taken care of. These funds can help us do that.
"I would personally like to thank everyone who has helped along the way - and to everyone who is reaching out offering their support, we really do appreciate it," he said.
The 'Doughraiser' for the Neary family will be held at Domino's Port Kennedy, Baldivis, Meadow Springs, Rockingham, Waikiki, Mandurah and Erskine on Thursday, December 3 all day, with $1 from every pizza sold donated directly to the family.
For more information, or to visit Mathew Neary's Go Fund Me page go to: gofundme.com/f/27b2dmmchc