Hurricane Harvey may be over, but restaurants have just started to help out with the recovery efforts after historic flooding and damage. According to a recent QSR Magazine article, both local and national brands are donating food and money and supporting the communities in need. Here are just a few of the restaurants lending a hand.
The pizza chain has committed to donating $500,000 to relief for victims of the hurricane and a portion of every order that includes a pizza aiding JJ Watt’s Houston Flood Relief Fund and The Salvation Army’s disaster relief effort.
A PB&Js for Harvey campaign has started and will run through September. The brand is also donating $2 to every Project PB&J sandwich sold to Red Cross of America helping with Harvey relief efforts. Lastly, the sandwich chain will match all donations from guests up to $100,000.
The burger chain is helping to distribute local support as well as starting local Family Member Support Centers in Houston and Corpus Christi. In addition, the brand is donating $1 million to the Whataburger Family Foundation, $150,000 to the Red Cross and $5000,00 to local food banks.
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