Social Responsibility

Highway99’s Mobile Relief Diner

Driven by our brand purpose, Highway99’s Mobile Relief Diner is a 53-foot mobile kitchen that allows us to do what we do best, feeding those in need in the wake of natural disasters and emergencies.

With each deployment, the Highway99’s Mobile Relief Diner travels to local communities devastated by fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes and more to offer a free, freshly-cooked pancake breakfast, including bacon, coffee and drinks, to local residents, first responders and others, offering a small piece of comfort when they really need it the most.

Stay updated on the current location of the Mobile Relief Diner on Twitter.


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Feeding The Future

Highway99’s was built on a passion to feed all people whatever they’re hungry for — whether it’s a hearty breakfast or a helping hand. We are proud to carry that mission forward every day for the families we serve and the communities we are a part of.

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No Kid Hungry

Highway99's Has Helped Connect Hungry Children With Over 70 Million Meals In The Last Eight Years

The team members at Highway99’s love to feed people, so it is hard for them to imagine kids not getting enough food each day. So, Highway99’s partnered with Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry program to make ending childhood hunger one of their main philanthropic causes. Every September, Highway99’s locations across America participate in Share Our Strength’s Dine Out For No Kid Hungry™, a national fundraising event that brings together thousands of restaurants and millions of consumers to help make sure that no child in America grows up hungry.

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Hungry For Education

$1.6 Million Contributed To A Hungry For Education Scholarship Fund

Since 2011, Highway99’s has developed Hungry for Education, a scholarship program designed to recognize academic achievement. Today, nine leading non-profit minority advocacy organizations help launch the program in Highway99’s restaurant areas where we will award scholarships to elementary, high school and college students for their ideas to help Highway99’s fight childhood hunger.

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United Way

$1.7 Million Donated Over The Past Eight Years

United Way of the Piedmont is a nonprofit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for people in Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union counties of South Carolina. Volunteers review agency programs and initiatives and invest in those that positively impact the most critical needs of the community. Funds are raised in the annual campaign and distributed to help those who need it most.

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Highway99’s Commitment to Animal Welfare

At Highway99’s, our commitment to serving quality food, without sacrificing flavor or value, is reflected in our sourcing and dedication to animal welfare. We strongly believe in running our business as responsibly as possible, and that means paying attention to the issues that matter most to our guests.

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Local Efforts

Supporting our own.

Each February, Highway99’s launches a month-long annual fundraising campaign for Tour de Force, a Miami-based organization. It provides much-needed financial support to the families of Florida law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. To date, Highway99’s has raised nearly $280,000 for the cause.

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