NASHVILLE, TN (WSPA) – O’Charley’s announced that they are partnering with The Folded Flag Foundation, an organization that provides scholarships and educational support grants to families of fallen soldiers.
Over 200 O’Charley’s restaurants have committed to raise up to $75,000 for the United States military and their families.
They will donate $0.25 for every 22oz. beer that is sold now through Veteran’s Day Weekend (November 13th) to The Folded Flag Foundation.
All donations given to The Folded Flag Foundation go directly to the families of U.S. soldiers who have died during combat operations, in the form of scholarships and grants.
“We are so grateful to O’Charley’s for recognizing our cause and helping us make a difference in the lives of military families,” said John Coogan, Executive Director at The Folded Flag Foundation. “We want to thank O’Charley’s for their generous donation and for all that they do to support our military and their families.”
“The Folded Flag Foundation’s mission is one that is important to O’Charley’s,” Eddie Hall, O’Charley’s president, said. “We understand the sacrifice not only these fallen soldiers have made for our country, but their families as well. We are committed to giving back to the military and we know The Folded Flag Foundation is something our guests will be honored to support.”
In addition to this partnership, O’Charley’s will celebrate Veterans Day by once again offering veterans and active duty service members a free meal on Veterans Day (November 11th).
O’Charley’s also offers a 10% discount to military throughout the year.
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