Toronto restaurant offering free burgers to those in need during the pandemic

Jan 14 2021, 1:51 pm

Helping out those in need.

A Toronto restaurant is handing out free burgers to seniors and those struggling during the pandemic.

Fearless Meat, located at 884 Kingston Road, shared a post on Facebook, announcing that they would be handing out free 6 oz Certified Angus Beach Burgers.

They are offering the free meal to seniors, pensioners, those who are hungry, and the homeless.

“Should you be in this situation, I promise that we will make you feel welcomed and respected when you come in and order from us,” said David Brown, owner of Fearless Meat, on the Facebook post.

Free kiddie cones for children are also available, and free ice cream and coffee is available for war veterans and their spouses, first responders, and frontline hospital staff. No purchase is required.

Though many restaurants in the city are struggling to stay afloat, Fearless Meat is trying to give back to the community in whatever way they can.

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