SAN ANTONIO — For their next Giving Back Day, P. Terry’s Burger Stand is partnering with a San Antonio organization that helps people with special needs.
On Saturday, June 11, all San Antonio and New Braunfels locations of the burger chain will donate their profits to Mission Road Ministries, which focuses on helping members of the community with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
“The people in our care, people living with IDD, are especially eager to get out and be included again in community activities,” said Toby Summers, CEO of Mission Road Ministries. “The proceeds from Giving Back Day will help us send our folks to the zoo, museums, festivals and more – and grab a burger while they’re out! Being actively included in the community is critical for children and adults with special needs.”
“We are excited to have this Saturday’s Giving Back Day in San Antonio benefit Mission Road Ministries,” said Todd Coerver, CEO of P. Terry’s Burger Stand. “Inclusion and fair access for all is something very near and dear to us at P. Terry’s and Mission Road Ministries has been doing profound work in this area for over 75 years. We encourage all to come out, fill your belly and fill your heart by supporting this great cause.”