Both local and national restaurant brands are helping donate money and food to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
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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