The historic Michigan restaurant chain, Halo Burger, is stepping up to support Flint Residents. Since the state ended its' bottled water distribution program, Halo Burger and the United Way are jumping in to help. 

Halo Burger announced today that they will be raising money, in partnership with the United Way of Genesee County, for the Flint Water Fund. The money will go to support those impacted by the water crisis.

Rob Kulza, Halo Burger IT Director, had this to say on behalf of the burger chain:

We’ve been serving our friends and family here in Flint for almost 95 years. It’s important to us that we’re involved and helping to give back to our community every day...

Donations will be collected at all Halo Burger locations throughout the months of April and May. If you are unable to make it to one of the locations, you can make your donation here. 

The money raised will be donated to some community help centers including Greater Holy Temple, Asbury United Methodist and Bethel United Methodist.

Source: WNEM TV 5