Since our start in 1987, Freebirds World Burrito has been focused on giving back to those in need, leaving the planet a little bit better than the way we found it, and inspiring positive action. Through Freebirds World Works, we’ve established and continue to maintain programs benefitting local communities via the help of our devoted and passionate Tribe Members. Once called the Community Action Program, Freebirds World Works now represents a comprehensive commitment to social responsibility and operating consciously.
Freebirds World Works , Freebirds World Burrito's charitable arm, is passionately committed to social responsibility and operating with a conscience. We give back to the communities in which we serve and build engaging relationships to provide opportunities for those in need.
A look back at our greatest charitable accomplishments and milestones to date.
World Works is repositioned as a social responsibility program with a more focused approach to serving our communities
The “Burritos for Good” campaign launches in partnership with Tavistock Restaurant Collection, benefitting USO Fort Hood and the One Fund Boston
Freebirds participates in the City of Austin’s Corporate Engagement Council, whose mission is to magnify the impact of the corporate community by collaborating to enhance and expand volunteer engagement
We extend our Adopt-A-Family program to national non-profits with more than 20,000 volunteer hours accumulated
Freebirds integrates non-profit fundraising into the new restaurant opening model
We create World Works digital programs to increase Fanatic engagement
We chose World Works Ambassadors to lead the movement
Freebirds hosts a stage at at one of Austin’s largest music festivals to support Texas-based non-profit the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (St. Vinney’s)
We partner every Freebirds restaurant with at least two non-profit organizations, helping to drive volunteer efforts as a core part of the World Works program
World Works is officially established
World Works hosts its first event with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (St. Vinney’s)
The Adopt-A-Family program launches, aiding military and pediatric-focused non-profits