It’s certainly been a hot summer – too hot to cook! And besides, food always tastes better when someone else makes it! Take a break from the kitchen on July, 28, 29 and 30th and treat yourself and the family to lunch or dinner with a Build Your Own Taco Kit from Moe’s Southwest Grill. Your purchase will benefit the homeless pets in Lake County.
Recognizing the need for organizations to fundraise with a lack of options during the pandemic, owners Ryan and Ashley O’Hare of Moe’s Southwest Grill got creative when thinking of how they could help others with their fundraising efforts. “We are all about the food and the family experience which is why our Build Your Own Taco Kit is perfect to offer as a fundraising option. Easy, convenient and plenty of food and fun,” states Ryan O’Hare.
When you think of family, the next immediate thought of course goes to the family pet! Moe’s, being so family-oriented, did not want to leave out our furry friends! “We thought the dog days of summer would be a natural fit and time of year to dedicate efforts to help raise funds for Lake Humane Society,” states O’Hare.
The Taco Kit Fundraiser is an easy, convenient way to get lunch or dinner and show your support. For every taco kit purchased for $34.99 at either of the Moe’s Southwest Grill Mentor locations (Moe’s West located at 7599 Mentor Avenue and Moe’s East located at 9710 Mentor Avenue), $5 will be donated to Lake Humane Society. Each taco kit serves 4-5 and comes with 12 soft flour tortillas, your choice of 2 proteins, lettuce, shredded cheese, Pico de Gallo, rice, beans, sour cream and of course a bowl of Moe’s famous queso. As usual, the chips and salsa are on Moe’s!
How it works: Simply place your order online at www.moes.com starting Sunday, July 26 and through Thursday, July 30th. You will schedule the day and time you would like your taco kit and the Mentor location you will be picking it up from. Arrive at the Moe’s location you identified as your pick up location on your scheduled day and time and your Build Your Own Taco Kit will be ready for pick up, inside or curbside.
Moe’s Southwest Grill Offers a No Cook Solution to Hot Summer Days to Raise Funds for Lake Humane Society
There are a few key points when ordering:
- Place your order by going to www.moes.com and click on “Order Now” and then select MENTOR-EAST or MENTOR-WEST for your Moe’s pick up location.
- Click on the “Order Now” link; “Family Meals” should be the first option, select “Build Your Own Taco Kit”
- Select your two proteins. All other items should auto fill. On the bottom of this page is a place to enter your name.
- Under “Order Options” Select “Pick Up,”
- Under “Order For” select “schedule” and enter the date you would like to pick it up either July 28, 29, 30 and select time of pick up then hit “schedule time” and “proceed to checkout”
- Finish the checkout process from here
With two locations in Lake County, Moe’s Southwest Grill is thrilled to be able to help Lake Humane Society raise funds to benefit the animals. The community is invited to share in their support by purchasing a taco kit!
About Moe’s Southwest Grill
“Welcome to Moe’s!” More than 20 years ago the Southwest fare restaurant opened in Atlanta, Georgia with these very words and still today, this is the greeting received when entering Moe’s because well, everybody should feel welcomed. To date there are more than 700 locations in the U.S. and abroad but here on the east side of Cleveland there are four which are locally owned and operated by the O’Hare family. Over the last 6 years the O’Hares have grown from a single east side of Mentor restaurant in 2015 to four locations with the additional three being in Mayfield Heights, South Euclid and a second Mentor location. Moe’s guests can create whatever they’re craving with the 20+ fresh ingredients. Famous for burritos, queso and the free chips and salsa that come with every order, the Moe’s Build Your own Taco Kit is soon to be added to the favorites list.
About Lake Humane Society
Lake Humane Society was founded in a small home in Perry Township in November of 1937 by a group of determined animal lovers who wanted to see a higher standard of care for companion animals in Lake County. Striving to protect animals and build connections between pets and people, love and care is provided to 1,800 pets annually. Run solely on donations to provide care to pets in need, services include pet adoption, humane law enforcement, medical services, humane education and training and pet intake.