Red Robin’s Burgers For Better Schools Program {Giveaway}

(Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. The Red Robin information and gift cards have been provided by Red Robin but all thoughts are my own.)

As a member of the PTA at my boy’s school, I know that raising funds for schools is a lot of work. It seems that our school is constantly doing fundraiser after fundraiser and it takes a lot of work to make them successful. Thankfully there are companies that help schools raise funds without parents having to put in hours of hard work.

Red Robin is one of those companies. With their Burgers for Better Schools program, Red Robin Royalty members (those who are part of the free loyalty program) have an opportunity to support local K-12 schools simply by dining at participating Red Robin restaurants and using their Red Robin Royalty member account. When a Red Robin Royalty member’s account is presented at the time of purchase, Red Robin will donate one percent of the total bill to their school of choice (excluding taxes, gratuities and gift card sales).

This means, instead of buying some overpriced wrapping paper, I can raise money for our elementary school simply by going out and enjoying a wonderful lunch or dinner with my family! It’s so easy to sign up for, too. Just sign up for their loyalty program and go to the Burgers For Better Schools dashboard where you can choose which school you want to support. Then, when you go to dine out, just give your Red Robin Royalty member number and a portion of proceeds will be donated to the school you have chosen.

Members who have opted into Burgers for Better Schools can follow their progress in supporting a K-12 school of their choice on their Red Robin Royalty account dashboard. Details include individual contributions, how many others are supporting that school, and total donations raised by all supporters.

Want to support your school while enjoying a meal out? Enter my giveaway below! Make sure to sign up and make sure to select your child’s school on the site before you visit Red Robin!


Enter to win a $75 Red Robin Gift Card!


1) Leave a comment below telling me why you want to win

2) Share this giveaway on social media

Giveaway ends October 10, 2015 at 11:59pm CST. Must be a US resident to win. No PO boxes.


111 thoughts on “Red Robin’s Burgers For Better Schools Program {Giveaway}”

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  2. I want to win because every year we go up to Myrtle Beach and there’s a Red Robin there and that’s the only time I get to enjoy one of their great burgers because we don’t have one here.

  3. I didn’t know they supported schools and I love that! We are royalty members and I would love to win because they have good burgers and wraps

  4. I want to win because I love eating at Red Robin and this gift card would let us eat guilt free without worrying about our finances!! This would be nice to treat my family to a great meal!

  5. I want to win because this is one of the few places that I can get a gluten free burger at – dinner for the whole family!

  6. I’d love to win so I could take my kiddos out for burgers and freckled lemonade! Plus my oldest just loves Red Robin so it’d be a great surprise!

  7. I would have to say because I would love to try some of their other burgers. Would also love it for the variety of menu items.

  8. I want to win because everyone in my family loves to eat at Red Robin and everyone can find something to eat. In a family of picky eaters that is a big deal.

  9. I would love to win because all of my family likes to eat at Red Robin, It is very hard to go out to eat with a lot of people when no one can agree on a place. We also love their menu items.

  10. I want to win because Red Robin is a great restaurant for families and the food is awesome. We’ve taken our daughter there since she was a baby.

  11. I have only been to Red Robin once and it was a few years ago. I really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. But I would really like to go again now that there is a new one near my home.


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