Texas Roadhouse is raising funds for the American Tinnitus Association on Monday
(WFXR) – Known for its hand-cut steaks, ribs and fresh bread, Texas Roadhouse is giving back starting Monday.
In honor of the company’s late founder, Kent Taylor, all restaurants will participate in a fundraiser to support the American Tinnitus Association (ATA). From February 7, all profits will be donated to the organization. Texas Roadhouse also states that they will donate 10% of online gift card sales to ATA. You can buy gift cards here.
“As we continue our mission to advance research and find a cure for tinnitus, we are grateful for the support of Texas Roadhouse,” said Torryn P. Brazell, CEO of ATA. “Despite its growing prevalence and often devastating effects, tinnitus remains a severely underfunded medical condition. This partnership brings us one step closer to changing the status quo. »
According to ATA, there are over 26 million adults who struggle with tinnitus across the country.
“We are sincerely committed to supporting the ATA’s mission to raise tinnitus awareness, fund research, and help those who suffer,” said Jerry Morgan, CEO and President of Texas Roadhouse. “Texas Roadhouse and our family of employees honor the life and vision of our founder Kent Taylor, who was passionate about helping others.”