Throughout February and March, Halo Burger fans rallied behind the brand’s Shamrock Program donating $1 in exchange for a green shamrock displayed proudly among the walls of restaurant. The fundraiser, that collected $8,252.68, benefits the Greater-Michigan MDA (Muscular Dystrophy Association), a local group that provides strength and support for individuals faced with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related neuromuscular diseases.

This is the fourth year Halo Burger has participated in MDA’s Shamrock program and the most successful campaign to date. In total, Halo Burger has given over $25,000 to the Greater-Michigan MDA.

“We’re so proud of our team and our community to have raised so much money in such a challenging time,” says Olivia Ross, Director of Marketing at Halo Burger, “The continued support means so much to us and the money will make a huge difference in the lives of many here in Mid-Michigan.”

The funds will be used by the Greater-Michigan MDA to support children and individuals affected by neuromuscular disease, fund research projects and send children to a summer-camp equipped to provide them with an enriching experience that allows them to enjoy activities that may otherwise be difficult to access.

To learn more about the MDA, or to make a donation, please visit

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