Wednesday, November 24, 2010


FREEBIRDS World Burrito has launched its collection drive for Operation Homefront, supporting military families and their Adopt A Family program. Throughout the upcoming holidays FREEBIRDS will designate one military family in need for each of their 41 locations throughout Texas.

FREEBIRDS and its charitable arm, FREEBIRDS World Works, has a mission to help inspire staff and guests to give back to the community.

"Every FREEBIRDS restaurant will collect gifts for military families such as gift cards to grocery stores in the amounts of $10, $20, $30 for military families to buy perishable foods for the holidays, and toys in the $5 to $20 range for all ages, especially the age group of tweens and teens," said Annette Beavers, director of FREEBIRDS World Works.

FREEBIRDS World Burrito has been involved in each of their local communities since its first location opened at College Station, Texas, 20 years ago. Each of the 41 locations is partnered with two local non-profit organizations and provides volunteer support & awareness events to over seventy non-profit partners across Texas and Oklahoma.

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