Fatburger Food Truck Provides 25,000 Free Meals for Healthcare Heroes

    Industry News | May 18, 2020
    A hamburger with fries at Fatburger.

    FAT Brands

    Fatburger is donating free meals to frontline healthcare workers.

    Fatburger, an all-American fast-casual restaurant serving big, juicy, tasty burgers, is continuing to bring its food truck to local hospitals to cook fresh, tasty meals for healthcare workers. The truck has made stops at dozens of area hospitals over the last few weeks serving up meals for local healthcare heroes and continues this week serving up to 500 meals at each location. In April, Fatburger donated 10,000 meals and throughout May, Fatburger plans to dish out an additional 15,000 meals to those on the front lines as a heartfelt thank-you for our local healthcare workers’ service to our community

    Upcoming Stops:

    Monday, May 18, at 10:30 a.m.

    Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

    4650 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90027


    Tuesday, May 19, at 11 a.m.

    Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center

    25820 Normandie Avenue, Harbor City, California 90710


    Wednesday, May 20, at 11 a.m.

    Cedars-Sinai Medical Center

    8700 Beverly Blvd. ST 7620, Los Angeles, California 90048


    Thursday, May 21, at 11:30 a.m.

    Brentwood Health Care Center

    1321 Franklin St, Santa Monica, California 90712


    Friday, May 22, 2020 at 12 p.m.

    Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House

    1250 Lyman Place, Los Angeles, California 90029


    Fatburger will continue to cook and donate thousands of meals to healthcare employees throughout the region. The team at Fatburger is working with hospitals and charities in Southern California to add more stops to continue this effort over the coming weeks.

    “Los Angeles is a city of dreamers. Right now, our healthcare workers are fighting on our front lines to protect our city. We’re humbled to help them in a small way as they fight to keep that dream alive for all of us," said FAT Brands CEO Andy Wiederhorn. 

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