Dallas-based Liberty Burger, the family-owned, Texas-grown restaurant is helping raise funds for Dallas 24 Hour Club. Since 1969, Dallas 24 Hour Club has provided safe, sober transitional living for homeless men and women seeking a brand-new life away from alcohol and drugs.
Every month, Liberty Burger features a Give Back Burger with $1 from each burger sold going to a local charity in the neighborhood surrounding the restaurants. For August, the Give Back Burger is the Hatch Bac Burger, a beef patty mixed with roasted hatch and chopped bacon, topped with house-made roasted hatch salsa, sliced applewood-smoked bacon, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and garlic aioli.
“‘Eat a little, give a little’ is what we believe and is at the heart of each of the communities where we do business. Helping those in need find a new, clean life is a rewarding mission and we are happy to help Dallas 24 Hour Club,” said Mariel Street, co-founder, Liberty Burger. “We hold our values close to our heart and pride ourselves on quality, community and service. Giving back is part of our DNA.”