O’Charley’s Hosting Special July 4th Fundraising Effort for Folded Flag

O’Charley’s Restaurant + Bar, the classic American restaurant with locations across 17 states, announced a special July 4th weekend fundraising effort for The Folded Flag Foundation, the non-profit organization that provides educational scholarships and support grants to the families of our country’s fallen heroes. O’Charley’s locations will be offering guests a limited-edition red, white and blue pie for $14.99 or just $5 with the purchase of a Family-Style Meal, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Folded Flag.

“We have been honored to support The Folded Flag Foundation over the last four years and are excited to continue the support for their mission this July 4th weekend,” says Craig Barber, CEO of O’Charley’s. “The work of the foundation to help families of our fallen soldiers is dear to our hearts, as many of our team members have served our country. We look forward to raising money for Folded Flag over the July 4th weekend and know based on experience over the last several years that our guests are very willing to help us in this endeavor.”

“O’Charley’s has long been a valued partner in our efforts to support the families of our fallen heroes,” adds Kim Frank, president, The Folded Flag Foundation. “This fundraiser over the July 4th weekend is the latest way they are helping us further our mission. We hope their guests will purchase one of these delicious pies so that we can continue to provide support for the families of these heroes.”

The July 4 fundraiser is part of O’Charley’s Hometown Heroes, a larger summer of giving back to the communities it is blessed to serve. Hometown Heroes is a multi-faceted campaign that encompasses in-store discounts for healthcare staff and first responders, free meal deliveries to hospitals, and helping to feed vulnerable children and their families by sponsoring Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee’s Hunger Free Summer, among other efforts

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