Food Fight Against Hunger: A Partnership with Second Harvest Foodbank
September is Hunger Action Month
Join Food Fight Restaurant Group and Second Harvest as we work together to fight hunger.
September is Hunger Action Month, where people all over America stand together with food banks to fight hunger. It’s a time to spread the word, take action on the hunger crisis, and dedicate ourselves to a solution. Fighting hunger in your community can be as easy as going out to eat, ordering curbside carryout, or getting delivery from your favorite Food Fight restaurants. Order from the Second Harvest Specials section of our menus and we will automatically make a donation to Second Harvest Foodbank on your behalf.
Donating is easy… just eat!
Order Second Harvest Specials for dine-in, delivery, or curbside carryout - September 1 - 30
Do some good and dine well by visiting Food Fight restaurants throughout September. Each restaurant has created unique Second Harvest food specials that will be featured for the entire month. For every dish ordered from the Second Harvest section of the menu, we’ll donate $1 to Second Harvest Foodbank. Order a family-style carryout meal at participating restaurants, and we’ll donate $4.
Direct Donations during Hunger Action Month
In addition to our Second Harvest Specials, each restaurant raises money through direct donations.
Ways you can donate:
- Add to your dine-in bill by filling out the donation line at the bottom of your receipt.
- Phone-in a carryout order or Green Cab delivery order and ask your order-taker to add a donation to your bill.
- When ordering carryout via ChowNow for Avenue Club, Bassett Street Brunch Club, Canteen, DLUX, and Luigi’s, add an online donation to your food order.
What your donation means to our community
Last year we donated over $36,000 - that’s more than 100,000 meals!
Every $1 donated equals 3 meals for families in need in Dane County. Our annual donation drive for Second Harvest is always important, but this year, it feels especially significant. The COVID-19 pandemic has created economic hardship for so many in our community, and there is a tremendous increase in need. Thousands of families in Dane County are facing hunger, many for the first time. Even though restaurant dining looks different this year, we’re hopeful we can raise and donate the same amount that we have in years past. Thank you for your support!