As the one-year mark of the pandemic approaches, one business has come up with a delicious way to thank Toronto frontline workers.

Fuwa Fuwa is matching the sale of all pancake orders with the donation of a dessert to a frontline worker.

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The venue, known for its fluffy Japanese souffle pancakes, has launched the #FuwaSweetShare campaign from March 1 to 10, 2021. 

You can nominate frontline workers or organizations by tagging them in specific posts on the restaurant's Instagram page

“We want to recognize the hard work and bravery our frontline workers have shown over the last year and also engage our community to join us in recognizing their efforts," Benson Lau, Director of Business Development said in a press release.

Delivery, dine-in at select locations, and pick-up orders all qualify during the campaign, so you don't even need to leave your house in order to participate.

The dessert boxes for the workers will begin shipping out on March 11. 

Treat a frontline worker to something sweet just by enjoying some fluffy pancakes!

Fuwa Sweet Share Campaign

Price: $11.80 +

When: March 1, 2021 - March 10, 2021

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Go: Treat a frontline worker to dessert when you order some of these souffle pancakes.