City pizzeria offers Valentine’s pizza boxes for romantic couples this weekend!

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Deliveroo has teamed up with Woozza Pizza in Galway city and Irish illustrator Fuschia MacAree to turn humble pizza boxes into Valentine’s Day cards over this weekend.

The distinctive design features two lovebirds enjoying a romantic night and even comes complete with a pun that is much cheesier than the pizza inside.

The quirky Valentine’s card pizzas are available exclusively through Deliveroo from today, Saturday 12th until Valentine’s Day on Monday.

Couples can nab themselves the limited edition collaboration by simply ordering from the pizza maestros at Woozza Wood Fired Pizza in Galway through the Deliveroo app.

They just need to request their pizza in one of the boxes by adding it as a free item to their basket.

To make this Valentine’s treat even more heartwarming, Deliveroo will be donating €5 to Helium Arts for every pizza sold.

Helium Arts empowers children living with medical conditions through creativity and the arts, giving them an opportunity for connection, belonging, imagination and joy.

Fuchsia MacAree, renowned Irish Illustrator, said that it has been great fun collaborating with Deliveroo this Valentine’s Day.

“I know first-hand how cathartic art can be, so am delighted this unique spin on a Valentine’s Day card will help support the amazing work Helium Arts does throughout Ireland,” said Fushia.

Arabella Jenkins, Spokesperson for Deliveroo Ireland: “We are extremely proud to support the fantastic work Helium Arts do with this creative collaboration.

“Fuchsia MacAree is such a talent and really brought this concept to life with her one-of-a-kind illustration that is sure to make your Valentine’s day pizza that extra bit ‘Roomantic’!”

Helene Hugel, CEO at Helium Arts explained that the participatory arts programmes Helium Arts provides help children and teenagers across Ireland that are living with the long-term effects of chronic illness.

“Through our programmes they develop their confidence, talent and independence, while we foster creative healthy environments around them so they have better outcomes.

“We’re delighted to see Deliveroo and Fuchsia shine a spotlight on the work we do and hope it encourages even more people to get involved.”