Check presentation for the 2019 Shamrock funds, photo taken at the Prattville location.
Montgomery, AL market with Director Ann Cauley.
Since 2007, Hardee’s Paradigm has raised almost $400,000 for the families and children served by the Muscular Dystrophy Association! In addition, Hardee’s Paradigm has fed campers many times, provided breakfast for sponsors at events, and been a true friend to MDA.
The American Cancer Society held fundraisers at our Hardee’s locations. All 93 stores participated and helped raised a total of $25,407. Sabrina Segars’ district dominated this year’s fundraiser. Paradigm has contributed over 40k over the last two years.
Paradigm Investment Group, LLC recently partnered with American Cancer Society for a fundraiser during September. Hardee’s restaurants collected donations from guests and also held 2 nights of giving on September 29th and 30th. In total Paradigm Investment Group Hardee’s will be donating a total of $15,559.68 in funds collected. Paradigm is proud to support the American Cancer Society.
The Hardee’s located in Green Cove, Alabama has been recognized by the Huntsville Area Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities. This Restaurant works with the ARC of Madison County to employee individuals with disabilities. Each employee has an assigned job coach that visits them a few times a week and gets feedback on the employee’s performance.
Green Cove Hardee’s is showing its community that Paradigm Hardee’s truly cares!
Hardee’s Hosts Rock Painting Parties
Paradigm Hardee’s locations have been hosting Rock Painting Parties for their communities. This is a new hobby enjoyed by families and friends in our supporting areas. The local s are invited to attend a FREE FAMILY FUN Night at their local Hardee’s and participate in painting rocks. Then they are able to share their rocks by hiding within the community. When someone finds them they post the message to social media. This is a great project to get families to interact and spend time together and promote positivity in the community. Hardee’s is thankful that it is able to support these events and continue to bring communities together!
Rock painting locations to date:
Albertville, Arab, Crestview, Drake Ave., Ft Walton, Hartselle, Milton, Moulton, and Opp.
Who doesn’t like a car show?
THE GOA from Arab Alabama and RDS Custom Cars put on a car show using Arab Hardee’s as the CRUISE in Spot!
The Hardee’s Fundraising event came to an end on July 31 and it was a big success. We want to thank the Paradigm Investment Group, parent company of the local Hardee’s restaurants, for this wonderful opportunity; with special thanks to Zachary Dotson, manager of Gautier Hardee’s and Denise Meeks of Paradigm Investment Group for their efforts in orchestrating this fundraising event. We also want to thank all of you who helped make it a success with your generous donations.
July 26, The CASA staff and members of our Board of Directors visited each participating restaurant to thank the managers and their staff for their dedication toward the fundraising efforts. They will never know how much they are appreciated.
Our heartfelt thanks go out to the Paradigm Investment Group, the restaurant manager and their staff, and each of you for your generosity and support of our mission.
Pictured above: The CASA group visits the Gautier Hardee’s Restaurant
Crestview, FL Hardee’s held a Summer Kickoff Rock Painting Party on June 5th from 5-8pm. Hardee’s partnered with the local group Crestview Rocks to promote community family fun! The event was free to all. Many family and friends came out to paint rocks, fellowship and enjoy a delicious meal with Hardee’s.
On June 3rd, Hardee’s Selma, AL hosted a Share Event for the Delta Pi Lambda Chapter to raise funds for March of Dimes. The Chapter was well represented and provided free information about their support of the March of Dimes. The community showed their support by coming out to Hardee’s with their families and giving back 20% of their purchases to the group. In addition, many patrons made monetary donations to the March of Dimes. The day was a success in bringing awareness to the community and raising needed funds for the organization.