As The Habit Burger Restaurants marks its 50th anniversary, the company is partnering with No Kid Hungry for the fifth consecutive year to help end childhood hunger in America. This year, The Habit Burger has set a goal of raising $500,000 which will help No Kid Hungry provide about 5 million meals for kids in need.

Today one in six children face hunger and food insecurity, and together with guests The Habit Burger Grill aims to help all children receive the nutrition they need for a bright future.

From August 28—September 25, guests visiting Habit Burger restaurants can add the joyful feeling of giving to their dining experience by helping to support kids in need. Guests who donate $2 or more to No Kid Hungry will receive a free Charburger with cheese certificate, good on a return visit.

 “We know that for too many families regular meals do not come easily, and food insecurity is a solvable challenge. Our hope is to increase our support and help more kids across the country,” says Iwona Alter, chief brand officer at The Habit Burger Grill. “Partnering with No Kid Hungry for the fifth year and our 50th anniversary is part of our steadfast commitment to give back to our communities.”

“We are incredibly grateful for our partnership with The Habit Burger Grill for the past five years,” says Diana Hovey, senior vice president at Share Our Strength, the organization behind the No Kid Hungry campaign. “With the continued support of committed partners like them, No Kid Hungry is helping children all over the country get the nutritious food they need to succeed.” 

Since 2010, No Kid Hungry and its partners have provided children across the country with more than 775 million meals.

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