It’s the season of giving, and BurgerFi is doing just that. The burger joint known for its branded buns is giving back this season by donating a portion of its profits to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Dining guests who purchase the limited-time only Steakhouse Bleu Burger — featuring double natural angus patties, Danish Bleu Cheese, cracked pepper bacon, cabernet onion marmalade and steak sauce — will have $1 from each burger benefit the research hospital.
“What’s so special about this partnership with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is that all of our BurgerFi locations nationwide are able to aid in childhood cancer research. Treating kids in all fifty states, this includes kids in each of the communities that we serve, including Osceola County. This partnership aligns with the brands spirit of family values and local community engagement,” said local BurgerFi franchisee, Esmeralda Godoy Araque.
“Community engagement is at the heart of what BurgerFi does,” Godoy Araque continued. “It is our goal to give back to the communities that we live in and help make a difference to the families that we serve on a daily basis.”
This promotion is available now through early 2019, at participating BurgerFi restaurants. (This includes Kissimmee’s own BurgerFi, located at 765 W. Osceola Parkway.)
BurgerFi was founded in 2011, in Ft. Lauderdale. The chain now offers more than 100 locations across the U.S. and beyond. BurgerFi is proud to be part of the “Never Ever” program, in which all of its beef is “never ever” exposed to steroids, antibiotics, growth, hormones, chemicals or additives.