Firewürst Fights Hunger, Supports Student Achievement
Firewürst, a provider of flame-grilled sausages, burgers and hot dogs with three locations in the Triangle, donated $10,000 in August to North Carolina children in need through the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina‘s Stop Summer Hunger Campaign.
Firewürst served 10,000 hot dogs during National Hot Dog Month in July and pledged its proceeds to the food bank. The contribution will provide an additional 50,000 meals to children across 34 counties in central and eastern North Carolina. Firewürst also recently donated $4,000 to Wake Education Partnership, an independent nonprofit committed to providing excellent public education for all Wake County students, during its campaign to support the development of strong students and local educational leaders.
Pictured from left: Ashley Delamar, vice president of development, Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina; Dan Morgenstern, vice president of marketing, Firewürst; Chas Morgenstern, co-founder and owner, Firewürst; Bill Morgenstern, co-founder and owner, Firewürst.