If you don’t already have lunch plans, chowing down on a burger will greatly help out the MS Society of Canada.
The organization has teamed up with A&W Canada for the sixth annual Cruisin’ to End MS day.
One dollar from every Teen Burger sold across Canada today will go to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada. In its first five years, Cruisin’ to End MS has raised $5 million to support people living with MS and MS research in Canada.
In addition to buying a Teen Burger, supporters can also purchase $1, $2 or $5 paper cutouts, give through in-store donation mugs or make online donations at cruisintoendms.ca.
More than 800 A&W restaurants across the country will host Cruisin’ to End MS events today, which may include Cruisin’ the Dub classic car and hot rod gatherings, retro music, car hop service, A&W Root Beer chugging contests, and visits from the Great A&W Root Bear.
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