To support the mission and vision of United Way of the Mid-South, Memphis – area Chili’s will be donating 15% of proceeds and sales to the non-profit organization on qualifying purchases made on Thursday, June 20, 2018
MEMPHIS, TN- Eat at any of the Chili’s locations in Memphis and Shelby County on June 20, 2018 from 10:45 a.m. to 11 p.m., and 15% of sales will be donated to the United Way of the Mid-South. Simply show the attached flyer and say you’re a supporter of United Way of the Mid-South before placing your order. Online orders count, but patrons must pay for their order in the store and mention they are to support United Way of the Mid-South.
“With school and kids being out for summer vacation, there’s no better time and easier way for individuals and families to make a difference and have an impact in the work we’re doing than joining us on the 20th,” said Stephanie Brockway, Director, Major Gifts at United Way of the Mid-South. “This amazing opportunity with Chili’s can help us reach our year-end goal and continue to fund and support the programs in our community that are on the front lines of helping people who live in poverty reach their dreams.” In order for the United Way of the Mid-South to receive 15% of every purchase, restaurant patrons must:
- Notify the wait-person before paying for their order, that they are there to support the United Way of the Mid-South. If the flyer is not presented, United Way of the Mid-South will not receive credit for the purchase.
- Choose the pay-in-store option when ordering online and inform the cashier, prior to paying, that they are there to support the United Way of the Mid-South.Maryland SPCA.
Fliers can either be printed or presented via cell phone.
“This fundraiser is so important because the United Way of the Mid-South relies on community support and fundraisers like Chili’s Giving Back event to drive our work to reduce poverty in the Mid-South” said Brockway.
About United Way of the Mid-South
For 95 years, United Way of the Mid-South’s mission has been to improve the quality of life for Mid-Southerners by mobilizing and aligning community resources to address priority issues in the areas of education, health, and financial stability. In 2016, Dr. Kenneth S. Robinson, M.D., President and CEO, announced the organization’s top priority in addressing Mid-South poverty. United Way’s work in education, financial stability, and health brings about positive changes in local poverty as the organization aligns our funding, initiatives, partnerships, and programs in ways that help more people escape poverty.