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Halo Burger partners with United Way to support bottled water in Flint

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FLINT, MI (WNEM) -

A historic Mid-Michigan burger chain is stepping up to help provide water to Flint residents.

Halo Burger announced Monday, April 23 they are partnering with United Way of Genesee County to raise money for the Flint Water Fund.

Earlier this month the state discontinued the city’s free bottled water distribution.

The burger chain will be raising money for those most impacted by the crisis.

“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,” said Rob Kulza, Director of Information Technologies.

Halo Burger will be collecting donations for the Flint Water Fund in all of their restaurants throughout April and May. Those who wish to contribute and are unable to visit a store can do so online at www.unitedwaygenesee.org/haloburger.

Purchased water will be delivered to the three community Help Centers – Greater Holy Temple, Asbury United Methodist and Bethel United Methodist via the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan.

Halo Burger has been part of the Flint community since 1923.

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