There's a way to eat Chipotle and help those affected by Hurricane Irma

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IMAGE COURTESY CHIPOTLE
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If you're looking to help those in need following Hurricane Irma, Chipotle has a tasty way for you to donate.

On Monday, Sept. 25, half of all proceeds from every purchase at Florida Chipotles will be contributed to the United Way Irma Recovery Fund, according to a statement released by the company.



The offer is valid all day, from 10:45 a.m. to 10 p.m. at every Chipotle location across the state,  including every Orlando area location.

As of Sept. 21, the fund has raised $7.69 million for Hurricane Irma relief efforts. The money is used to help with mid- to long-term recovery projects in the Caribbean and Southeast United States affected by the storm.


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