Joe's Crab Shack raises funds for Autism Speaks

The public invited to ‘dine out’ in April for World Autism Month to increase understanding and acceptance

April 5, 2018
Woman in a blue dress next to Joe's Crab Shack employees

In support of World Autism Month, Joe’s Crab Shack and its Dine Out for Autism program will partner with Autism Speaks, a global organization dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of people with autism and their families.

Throughout April, Joe’s Crab Shack will donate $1 for every purchase of the Paradise Platter, the newest menu item comprised of shrimp, tilapia and homemade mac & cheese; a selection of two souvenir t-shirts for $20 or three for $30; or any Joe’s Crab Shack gift card for $25 or more. Guests also have the option to purchase all three selections or add a donation on top of their bill. All proceeds generated will be donated to Autism Speaks. 

Dine Out for Autism is one of the many partnership opportunities that invite corporations and restaurants nationwide to help engage the community and raise funds to support Autism Speaks research, advocacy and resources.