Smashburger Orange County helps you donate to Autism Awareness Month April 15-30

Local Restaurant Charity Requests: April 15, 2013 by Edward Simon

Smashburger, with locations in Mission Viejo and Aliso Viejo, announced today, April 14, 2013 that starting April 15 it will be partnering with the Orange County based non-profit, Community Autism Now. From April 15 – 30, Smashburger guests will have the opportunity to add $1 to their total meal price at time of checkout, with proceeds benefiting the Orange County-based nonprofit. This is a great time to enjoy Smashburger’s unique burgers, designed to take advantage of local flavors and tastes, while donating to a worthy cause.

“We are proud to partner with an organization like Community Autism Now,” said Ernie Sandoval, CEO and managing owner of Smashburger Orange County. “Not only are we doing our part to support autism awareness, but were offering the local community the opportunity to give back and enjoy delicious food.”


Community Autism Now, founded in 2011, is an Orange County-based nonprofit aiming to promote autism awareness, assistance, and resources to families, children and individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder. “Since our company opened its doors in 2011, we’ve treated every family, child and individual like they were a part of our family,” said LeeAnn Segan, president and founder of Community Autism Now. “Other organizations may offer similar services and assistance, but our services come with a personal touch.”

Smashburger, with it’s community-based hamburger and sandwich concept, is the perfect place to get involved with a local non-profit. Their burgers, some of them like the OC Burger designed strictly for the Orange County locations by Culinary chef Stephen Sandoval are unique and delicious. Along with the smashed-to-order burgers, chicken sandwiches, salads and fries, Smashburger is doing their part to help their community.


Community Autism Now