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Smashburger Autism Fundraisers


As I’m always out on the hunt for a good family restaurant that my children will eat at that’s affordable. I was invited to go to Smashburger in Aliso Viejo, and I found a place that will satisfy my two boys myself and my husband all in one stop.


The burgers were delicious. The Grilled Chicken Club Sandwich was fabulous and I can not get enough about their haystack onions.


In observance of Autism Awareness Month Smashburger is having a fundraiser to support Community Autism Now on Tuesday, April 8 at the Aliso Viejo location (26541 Aliso Creek Rd.) and Tuesday, April 22 at the San Clemente location (806 Ave. Pico). During the event, 20% of all sales will be donated to the organization.

The nonprofit organization, Community Autism Now, is located out of Mission Viejo that helps families affected by autism by offering scholarships and community health for families affected with autism and one of my personal favorite charities.

Community Autism Now puts on a lot of events that help families participating community activities on holidays and other special occasions. Please stop by Smashburger and help donate to a wonderful cause.

Can’t make it during the fundraiser times? Drop boxes will also be available at all front counters, throughout the month of April, for those guests who wish to continue to donate to Community Autism Now.


Smash Burger will be a place for my husband and family attend regularly due to the excellent food that they have the affordable prices and the fact that they care about the community and those affected with autism.

Rebecca is a stay at home mom of 2 boys with Autism that keep her very busy. She has been writing her blog “The Real Moms of OC” for 2 years. She is a wife, mom, slayer of dragons, CEO of the home, bus driver, maid, short order cook and princess. She also runs through the mud and half marathons. She managed with the help of an amazing medical team to beat breast cancer and is thankfully cancer free for 3 years.
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