Throughout February, when Texans enjoy a delicious meal at one of H-E-B’s many family-friendly restaurants, H-E-B will donate a portion of each sale to help combat hunger in the Lone Star State. The effort is part of its annual Hunger Stops Here campaign, a charitable event benefiting Texas food banks and organizations.
The campaign will be held at H-E-B restaurants, including True Texas BBQ, 3009 Restaurant & Bar, Oaks Crossing, Café Mueller and Table 620. Throughout February, a portion of every transaction at the restaurants will be donated to food banks and organizations dedicated to hunger initiatives. The effort also will benefit from orders placed with Favor Delivery, an on-demand delivery service available in more than 100 cities throughout Texas. Customers can place orders with Favor through the Favor app and favordelivery.com.
Here is a list of participating H-E-B restaurants and the agencies they will support during this fundraiser:
|True Texas BBQ||10718 Potranco, San Antonio||San Antonio Food Bank|
|True Texas BBQ||2501 W. University, Odessa||West Texas Food Bank|
|True Texas BBQ||219 W. Oaklawn, Pleasanton||Hosanna Baptist Church & Safer Path Family Violence Shelter|
|True Texas BBQ||1368 E. Court, Seguin||Christian Cupboard|
|True Texas BBQ||5407 Andrews, Midland||West Texas Food Bank|
|True Texas BBQ||1101W. Stan Schlueter Loop, Killeen||Food Care Center|
|True Texas BBQ||7988 FM 1488, Magnolia||Wildwood Church Family Assistance Ministries|
|True Texas BBQ||1702 11th Street, Huntsville||Good Shepherd Missions|
|True Texas BBQ||17238 Bulverde Road, San Antonio||San Antonio Food Bank|
|True Texas BBQ||4517 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood||Humble Area Assistance Ministries|
|3009 Restaurant||17460 IH-35 N, San Antonio||San Antonio Food Bank|
|Oaks Crossing||23635 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio||San Antonio Food Bank|
|Café Mueller||1801 E. 51st St., Austin||Central Texas Food Bank|
|Table 620||2000 RR 620S, Lakeway, TX||Central Texas Food Bank|
“At H-E-B, it is our mission to give back to the communities we serve, and partner with organizations to help expand our reach to families in need across Texas,” said Winell Herron, Group Vice President of Public Affairs, Diversity and Environmental Affairs. “We’re inviting the community to enjoy delicious meal with a side of charitable giving. For Texans, I can’t imagine a better meal than that.”
The Hunger Stops Here campaign is a part of H-E-B’s Food Bank Assistance Program, which works year-round to raise awareness and battle hunger. The program was founded in 1982 and since then H-E-B has donated more than 1 billion pounds of food to 5,500 nonprofit organizations in Texas and Mexico.