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It doesn’t matter if you’re on a diet, today is a great day to grab a Teen Burger.
That’s because it's the 11th annual Burgers to Beat MS day at A&W, where $2 from every Teen Burger sold across Canada goes to the MS Society of Canada.
#BurgersToBeatMS is back! We’ve teamed up once again with @AWCanada and two-time Olympian @sincy12 to take the MS cause head-on. Join us at @AWCanada on August 22, when $2 from every Teen Burger® will go towards improving the lives of Canadians with MS: https://t.co/pmdhnYFQ6i. pic.twitter.com/07c9p9W5If— MS Society of Canada (@MSSocietyCanada) August 8, 2019
A&W holds this event every summer in an effort to raise awareness and funds to help those living with multiple sclerosis.
MS is a disease that affects the central nervous system and comprimises the brain, spinal cord and optic nerve.
It's one of the most common neurological diseases affecting young adults in Canada, a country with one of the highest rates of MS in the world.
If you want to pitch in more than $2, you're welcome to make an extra contribution online at BurgersToBeatMS.ca.
So get down to A&W today and treat yourself to a Teen Burger!
You can always sub out your burger bun for lettuce as well and feel a little bit better about that cheat day.