Endless Summer Rum announced its new fundraising initiative 5% For The Ocean, launching this week in celebration of Earth Day. Endless Summer Rum will contribute at least 5% of its worldwide net sales to ocean related causes and non-profits as part of its mission to be the global spirits industry leader for ocean preservation.
Fifth Group Restaurants, creators of some of Atlanta’s most beloved restaurants, has been showing its love for the local community for the past 20 years (HWR 10 years) in partnership with the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
Babbo Italian Eatery announced the grand opening of its Scottsdale at Talking Stick location on Thursday, April 19. This will be the eighth Babbo in Metro Phoenix and, to celebrate, all Arizona locations are donating 100 percent of profits that day to Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
On April 18, more than 1,020 Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants across the U.S. are inviting guests to join them for their annual Community Day fundraiser in support of a local area Boys & Girls Club. As a part of the Team Up for Kids mission, the restaurants will donate 10 percent of total sales that day along with 100 percent of all Guest donations made.
National classic Southern barbecue chain—Woody’s Bar-B-Q—has declared 2018 “The Year of the Kids.” As a family-friendly concept that regularly features Kids Eat Free Nights at its 20 locations throughout the Eastern United States, it seemed a natural next step to devote an entire year to the littlest barbecue lovers.
CORE—a nonprofit granting support to children of food and beverage service employees navigating life-alternating circumstances—will be the official charity of the 2018 Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show, happening March 26-28 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The International Franchise Association Foundation announced it is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Franchising Gives Back Annual Awards. In partnership with Roark Capital Group, the fourth annual awards program salutes the best, most innovative community leaders and charitable programs nationwide.
In conjunction with October Breast Cancer Awareness month, The RAM Restaurant Group, owners of The RAM and C.B. & Potts partnered with Making Strides and the American Cancer Society (ACS) this past fall to raise money with their Power of Pink Promotion.
Romacorp, Inc., the parent company of Tony Roma’s, challenges fans everywhere to support children in their own community by purchasing a Make-A-Wish Fundraising Card, March 1–April 11. With the purchase of a fundraising card, guests will receive four appetizers for just $20, an amazing deal as each card is valued at nearly $50.
In celebration of serving its customers like family for more than three generations, Pizza Inn—America’s hometown pizza place—is giving back to local heroes as part of its 60th Anniversary.Beginning Thursday, customers can nominate a friend or loved one for an opportunity to enter for a chance to win free pizza for a year.
The Chicago French Market is passionate about taking care of their customers and community. They provide diverse culinary options for all palates and an open, social atmosphere to dine in. However, a large side effect from running a food-based business is the amount of uneaten food that goes to waste at the end of each night.
Today, Impossible Foods launched a program to help nourish communities where it does business by partnering with food banks that serve those affected by food insecurity. The food technology startup is partnering with Alameda County Community Food Bank and Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties to serve plant-based meat to San Francisco Bay Area residents who receive assistance from food bank meal programs.
Scotty’s Brewhouse, the Indiana based craft beer sports bar, is launching a new campaign February 1st it hopes will help No Kid Hungry provide over 600,000 meals this year to children facing hunger throughout the United States.
Carmello’s of Historic Manassas, Virginia, got to make special holiday memories with more than 35 BARN Community Housing residents of Bristow when they dropped off Christmas dinner for the 12 BARN families.
Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar was founded by two LSU walk-ons who were determined to create a restaurant backed by traits they learned on the basketball court—hard work, dedication and a commitment to excellence.