Larkburger, the fast-casual burger restaurant group, is a long-time supporter of children’s causes and has selected the Children’s Hospital Colorado as its newest non-profit partner. As such, the company is donating five percent of total July milkshake sales from all 12 Larkburger locations to Children’s Colorado. The donations will help support the hospital’s greatest needs and ensure the best possible healthcare experience for every child that walks through the hospital’s doors. Larkburger’s milkshakes come in vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry and are made with Boulder Ice Cream.


Larkburger will also participate in Children’s Colorado’s Courage Classic, a bicycle tour beginning and ending in Copper Mountain that raises much-needed funds for the hospital. Co-founders Adam Baker and Thomas Salamunovich will lead Larkburger’s corporate race team, and the company will donate French Fry On Us cards to all race participants.


“At Larkburger, one mission we easily rally around is anything having to do with kids, helping support groups that ensure local children of all ages are happy and healthy,” Baker says. “Whether it’s Children’s Colorado, youth sports, or other organizations, we strive to make a positive impact in their lives. And, it just so happens, kids love Larkburger milkshakes.”

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