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    The Habit Restaurant Raises $449K to Fight Childhood Hunger

  • Industry News November 6, 2018

    The Habit Restaurant, Inc. announced the company has raised $449,710 to help kids in need across America. The Habit’s donation to the No Kid Hungry campaign will help provide over four million meals to kids who struggle with hunger.

    For the fourth year, The Habit partnered with No Kid Hungry to help children and families who are unsure of their next meal. Over the course offour years, The Habit Burger Grill has donated more than 1.6 million dollars to No Kid Hungry on their mission to end childhood hunger in the US.

    "Together with our guests we are honored to support children and families in need across the country,” says Russ Bendel, CEO of The Habit Burger Grill. “We want to thank every one of our guests who donated in support of this effort. It will make a difference.”

    “We are so grateful to The Habit Burger Grill team members and guests who helped raise more than $449,000 in donations to No Kid Hungry,” says Diana Hovey, Senior Vice President of Dine Out for No Kid Hungry. “Thanks to partners like The Habit Burger Grill, No Kid Hungry is able to connect more than five million meals this year to kids around the country who struggle with hunger.”

    The purpose of No Kid Hungry is to make childhood hunger a thing of the past.  In partnership with local programs, No Kid Hungry provides meals, and works with families on how to shop on a budget and cook healthier meals.

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