Wayback Burgers has partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, a non-profit that operates after-school care programs, according to a company press release.
For the next two years, a portion of the proceeds ($3 per case of hamburger buns sold) from each burger or sandwich purchased at participating Wayback Burgers will be donated to BGCA.
In addition to the financial commitment, Wayback Burgers is implementing a new workforce training program. The program is designed to teach BGCA members important work and life skills; necessary as they develop into young adults.
“Wayback Burgers and their guests will ensure BGCA members have the resources they need to have a successful school year,” President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Jim Clark said in the release. “Prepared and equipped youth, coupled with a safe, supportive after-school environment at BGCA, will mean even more kids and teens can build toward a great future.”