Boys & Girls Club events in 19 cities and volunteer efforts to take place in honor of company’s 72nd anniversary.
Whataburger is partnering with Boys & Girls Clubs in 19 cities to host company volunteer events, kicking off the upcoming school year with its first-annual Whataburger Feeding Student Success Back-to-School Program. The company’s latest volunteer initiative supporting students is in honor of the company’s 72nd anniversary.
A series of volunteer events will kick off Friday, July 29, continuing until Monday, August 22 as part of the Whataburger Feeding Student Success Back-to-School Program. Whataburger employees, known as Family Members, will deliver Whataburger branded school supply kits, games, and food to students. Additionally, each club will receive a $2,000 monetary donation to support youth educational opportunities.
“Boys & Girls Clubs of America does wonderful work to ensure children have a safe place and enriching programs to reach their full potential,” said Whataburger Community Experience Manager Melba Harris. “To help students get the school year started off right, Whataburger is looking forward to partnering on providing educational support during our Whataburger Feeding Student Success Back-To-School Program.”
The Whataburger Feeding Student Success Back-To-School Program will take place at Boys & Girls Club locations in Auburn, Austin, Baton Rouge, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, Jacksonville, Kansas City, Las Cruces, Lubbock, McAllen, Midland, Nashville, Oklahoma City, Pensacola, Phoenix and San Antonio.
The program is part of Whataburger Feeding Student Success, the company’s signature community program operating at the intersection of food insecurity and education, focusing on helping students at all levels of education achieve their goals and dreams.