Domino's Esperance has jumped on board a fundraising initiative spearheaded by a passionate local.
Franchisee Ryan De Vink is holding a 'Doughraiser' to help raise vital funds for Esperance woman Megan Johnston on her crusade to raise awareness of brain cancer.
The store will participate in the Walk4BrainCancer charity event on Sunday, November 10 to support the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation's mission to increase brain cancer survival rates and find a cure.
The local walk is part of a national event, which has raised millions for charity.
Domino's Esperance will donate $1 from every pizza sold between 11am to close to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
Mr De Vink said his team was excited to participate in the community fundraising event.
"I believe it's very important to give back to the community that's always there to support us," he said.
"We will be participating because we want to be involved and help Megan make a difference."
"Not only will we have the opportunity to support all those affected by brain cancer, including their carers, friends and families, but we will also help to raise some much-needed funds for brain cancer research.
"We encourage all of our customers to come down on Sunday and enjoy a slice of their favourite pizza for a good cause after participating in Megan Johnston's Walk4BrainCancer event."
The walk will start at the jetty headland at 9am, with live music, food vans, sausage sizzles, bouncy castle and glitter tattoos for kids.
Walkers will travel along the foreshore to Castletown Quays and back.
Participants are encouraged to register online prior to the event at walk4braincancer.com.au.
You can donate to the Esperance Walk4BrainCancer here.