SUPER DUPER GIVES BACK
FIRST RESPONDERS EAT FREE!
The National First Responders Fund (NFRF) has partnered with Bay Area burger restaurants Super Duper Burgers to launch Super Duper Gives Back, a campaign offering First Responders free meals every 3rd Wednesday. Beginning in June, First Responders can show their government issued identification for a free combo meal between the hours of 11am-3pm at Bay Area Super Duper Burgers locations currently in operation (find locations here). The campaign lasts through August, with designated dates falling on June 17th, July 15th, and August 19th.
*Other Terms Apply
Supporters wishing to donate to the campaign may make financial contributions as a way to pay it forward to our everyday heroes. Donations may be made in-store at any Super Duper Burgers with the cashier, or by hitting the "Donate Now" button.
*Terms: Qualified First Responder personnel include active Firefighters, Law Enforcement officials and EMT/ Paramedics in the five counties of San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara and Marin. They may visit any Bay-Area Super Duper Burgers location on the designated dates and times to receive the free combo meal. Free meals will be capped at five hundred (500) on July 17, and two hundred fifty (250) on July 15, August 19 and will be first come, first serve with all locations aggregated. The number of free combo meals may be increased at the discretion of the NFRF. While the NFRF supports hospital staff and other emergency responders, the mission of the NFRF is to support only those identified as first responders above. Please support those organizations supporting hospital staff and other emergency responders as they perform critical work. No substitutions to the combo meals. Financial donations made at the point of sale (Pay-it-Forward) donations will go toward increasing the number of free combo meals and any residual funds at the end of the campaign will be donated to the NFRF general accounts supporting its mission. Only those donations made to are tax deductible in the amounts allowable by law. Point of sale donations are not tax deductible.