THROW THE FUNDRAISER OF THE CENTURY.
No need to pillage or plunder to raise money for your organization. Fundraising with Genghis Grill is a fun, interactive way to produce a profitable fundraiser. All it takes is five simple steps and you’ll be in business. Watch our fundraising video and then contact your local Genghis Grill to get started.
Every year, Kidd’s Kids provides chronically ill and/or physically challenged children with an unforgettable adventure to Walt Disney World® in Florida. As a proud contributor, Genghis Grill is dedicated to helping these children win their battles in any way we can. Visit Kidd’s Kids website>
Legend has it that at the end of each day, Genghis Grill donates all unsold rice to local area hunger relief agencies and charities. Turns out that the legend is true.
Fill out the form below to request a donation to your 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Note: in order to participate, a receiving organization by must be a 501c or tax-exempt government or church organization. Donations are picked up weekly on an assigned night. All items are to be given to the ill, elderly, poor or infants/children.
Genghis Grill Corporate Participates in Tom's One Day Without Shoes
Over 40 members of our corporate office spent a day without shoes to help raise awareness of children’s health and education needs across the globe. TOMS donated one pair of shoes for every participant.Watch the Video>
Dallas/Fort Worth Genghis Grills Raise Money for Kidd's Kids
Genghis Grills 18 DFW locations dedicated a day to benefit Kidd's Kids, a charity founded to provide chronically ill and/or physically challenged children with an amazing all-expenses-paid adventure to Walt Disney World in Florida.Visit Kidd’s Kids Website>
MDA Fundraiser at Dallas/Forth Worth Genghis Grills
All 18 DFW stores held an 8 week fundraiser to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association to advance research, support programs and give kids with muscle diseases a life-changing experience at summer camp. After just 5 weeks our DFW stores raised over $8900 - enough to send 11 kids to camp!Visit MDA>