With the hectic pace of living in Austin, it can be easy to forget to take a moment to give back. Many local eateries, coffee shops, and breweries donate to causes year-round, making it easier than you think to support charitable organizations. Good Party made a list of Austin food and drink specials in August that make an impact:
Juiceland- 50% of proceeds from the Razzle Dazzle smoothie go to Family Eldercare in Austin. This smoothie is made with almond milk, banana, blue majik, ginger, lemon, coconut oil, & a raspberry puree swirl. We can't wait to try this one!
Shake Shack- 5% of proceeds from the Apple Pie Oh My concrete support the Austin Humane Society, a nonprofit that offers life-saving programs for Austin's adoptable dogs and cats.
Hopdoddy- $1 of each sale of the Goodnight/Good Cause Burger goes to helping those with spinal cord injuries through the Lone Star Paralysis Foundation. With Angus beef, Tillamook Cheddar, caramelized onions, jalapeños, and both hickory barbecue and tangy sassy sauce, it’s one of the tastiest burgers on the menu.
Thirsty Planet Brewing Company- A portion of the proceeds from the Silverback Pale Ale go to the Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund, and each month's tasting room gratuities go to different charitable organizations.
Southside Flying Pizza- A percentage of all online sales benefit the Texas School for the Deaf.
Greater Goods Coffee Roasters- With each bag sold, a portion of proceeds goes to benefit one of four local organizations: Austin Pets Alive!, The Autism Society of Central Texas, Capital Area Food Bank and Boys & Girls Clubs of Austin. To check out which roasts go to which charities, click here.
Cane Rosso- A portion of the local restaurant's proceeds go to Cane Rosso Rescue, a Dallas-based nonprofit organization with the aim of supporting local dog rescue groups, creating a network of foster homes, and ultimately finding homes for abandoned or homeless dogs.
We hope you check out these awesome specials!
Written By: Madison Lammert