Burgerville and Work for Art will host the third annual “Feed the Arts” community partnership day today (March 21).

Burgerville will donate a portion of all sales that day — up to $15,000 — to Work for Art, a workplace campaign fund that supports arts and culture programs and services throughout the Northwest region.

Burgerville puts a strong emphasis on fostering healthy, thriving communities, and one of their favorite ways of doing so is by supporting the arts in a variety of ways, including Feed the Arts day.

“Like food, the arts are where we come together most powerfully to blend cultures, express ideas, balance opposing thoughts and create healthy, lively communities,” said Jeff Harvey, president and CEO of Burgerville.

“The arts are not just how we survive — they’re how we thrive.”

Burgerville encourages its employees to participate in the arts throughout the year. Harvey finds their exposure to and involvement with the arts results in more productivity and innovation.

Burgerville also gives its employees a chance to give back through the company’s annual Work for Art employee giving campaign.

Last year, Burgerville employees directly contributed more than $25,000, in addition to the Feed the Arts proceeds.

Burgerville has a restaurant in West Linn at 18350 Willamette Drive.

Just west of Lake Oswego, there’s a Burgerville at 15650 SW Upper Boones Ferry Road in Tigard.

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