KampCo Foods is committed to keeping it local while helping raise awareness and funds to give back. That’s why KampCo Foods partnered with Community Health Charities to build stronger, healthier communities during the upcoming year as a part of the KampCo Gives Back campaign.
KampCo locations provide Generosity Jars plus host monthly #KampCoGivesBack nights benefiting different nonprofits. These monthly fundraisers occur at all nine of KampCo’s locations across Oklahoma and Texas, which include five Johnny Carino’s restaurants and four Kamp 1910 Café diners.
“We have employees facing all kinds of health issues. As we look around at our employees and neighborhoods, and the communities around us, we see many needs,” said Randy Kamp, founder of KampCo. “We believe we have an obligation to use our resources to give back and we are excited to support such worthy causes and make a difference in our local communities.”
The company promotes a nonprofit or special cause each month and encourages employees and customers to get involved. Each location hosts a monthly Give Back Night where diners can donate as well.
KampCo kicked off the partnership in September by donating 10 percent of proceeds at all KampCo locations to Community Health Charities.
The company’s October Give Back Night benefited The American Cancer Society’s #Real Men Where Pink, and the Oklahoma City Chapter of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. All month long a portion of sales from every strawberry cupcake was donated to support Breast Cancer Awareness.
November’s charity, The Alzheimer’s Association of Oklahoma, is meaningful to the KampCo family. John Kamp, father of KampCo Foods founder Randy Kamp, suffered from Alzheimer’s prior to his passing on November 12, 2013. In memory of John, KampCo locations will donate proceeds from sales on November 12 to support the work to end Alzheimer’s.
Check out the press release for more.
*Pictured: KampCo Foods founder Randy Kamp