Meatheads Pledges 25 Cents for Random Acts of Kindness

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Campaign to benefit children and adults with disabilities served by Aspire.

Meatheads Burgers & Fries is pledging 25 cents each for 10,000 random acts of kindness shared on Twitter, posted on Facebook or sent as e-mail beginning February 28th. The group of family restaurants hopes to raise $2,500 for Aspire (, which serves children and adults with developmental disabilities.

“Raising money for Aspire provides us with a great opportunity to help families that are trying to help themselves,” said Tom Jednorowicz, managing partner of Meatheads. “As a restaurant with a goal of ingraining ourselves into each community we serve, we thought this would be a great way to work with our customers and neighbors in helping such a great cause.”

Anyone contributing to the campaign can alert Meatheads to their own Random Act of Kindness in the following ways:

1) On Twitter, pledge or report acts of kindness by tweeting with the hash tag #meatheadsact
2) On Facebook, write an act on Meatheads’ wall (
3) By e-mail, send a message about an act of kindness to act(at)meatheadsburgers(dot)com

Additionally, Meatheads promises to perform one random act a week selected from Twitter requests. Team members will record what they do and post it at their “10,000 Strong” blog, To post a request, use the hash tag #meatheadsact.

“We are thrilled to partner with Meatheads on this innovative campaign,” said Jim Kales, president and CEO of Aspire. “What a great partnership to inspire the community and help people with disabilities.”

Pledge highlights will appear on Facebook, at and at Meatheads locations in:

Bloomington: 305 N. Veterans Parkway, Suite 107
Naperville: 2555 W. 75th St., Suite 127
Northbrook: 1036 Willow Road, Suite H
Schaumburg: Streets of Woodfield Shopping Center, 601 N. Martingale Road, Suite 324
Willowbrook: 7137 S. Kingery Highway (southeast corner of Route 83 and Plainfield Road)

For more information, visit

About Meatheads Burgers and Fries
Meatheads serves fresh, handcrafted food made to order in fanatically clean, family-friendly restaurants with tableside service and local color. The restaurants are as carefully crafted as its food, with real wood decor, big booths for families, communal tables for gathering and a hand-picked soundtrack. Meatheads currently operates five restaurants in Illinois, including four locations in the Chicago suburbs. For more information, visit

About Aspire
Founded more than 50 years ago, Aspire is one of the largest human service nonprofits throughout Chicagoland. Aspire assists more than 1,000 children and adults and their families with a wide range of personalized services each year. Whether Aspire helps a child take her first steps or assist an adult to find his first job, its goal is always the same – helping people with developmental disabilities to reach a little farther, a little higher and aspire to new possibilities. For more information, visit

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