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Across the country, community cafés are using flexible pricing to feed the hungry and rebuild communities.
How to Serve Your Neighbors
The National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s Restaurant Neighbor Awards honor brands that go the extra mile for their communities.
Quick, with a Conscience
The conscious capitalism movement aims to change the world one company at a time—and quick-service operators are buying in.
A Big Thanks
Culver’s recognizes its suppliers and local communities by donating to the Future Farmers of America.
FIT for the Future
California Restaurant Association program teaches kids about a future in the foodservice industry, including quick service.
Having a Blast for Charity
Fast-casual concept invites charities to design their own pizzas for a chance to win a slice of the pie.
A Helping Hand
Regional chain Pal’s Sudden Service aims to revitalize the neighborhoods it operates in.
A Personal Connection
Newk’s Eatery got behind ovarian cancer research when one of its own was diagnosed with the disease.
Hot to Trot
Austin, Texas–based ThunderCloud Subs rallies the local community for a Thanksgiving Day fundraiser event.
Quick-serve brands rally employees around volunteer opportunities.
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Starbucks and Other Brands Kick Off Hiring Initiative
Auntie Anne's Raises Funds for Childhood Cancer Research
Arby's Fundraises to Fight Childhood Hunger
Smashburger To Open More Airport Locations
Modmarket Opens Second Location in Denver Airport
Penn Station Subs Cools Off Customers With Free Lemonade
Grabbagreen Expands into Southern California
Independent Restaurants Drop 3 Percent
50 Carolina Hardee's Refinanced, Reimaged
Fresh To Order Adds Prime Beef to Menu
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