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Come into any Lil Woody’s Burgers & Shakes locations, and you’ll see a difference. Probably lots of smiles. Some shameless humor. Even strong opinions. You will likely spot creative types, artist, musicians and maybe even a town legend. Folks who crave stacked sandwiches with all-natural ingredients. And, you’ll feel welcome to return each time.

 

The owners, management, and crew are the real deal, and our doors are open to all. Keeping the Seattle vibe alive is critical to us. No wack sh*t here.

 

A love for authentic caring is why we constantly support our communities in numerous ways. It’s been obvious since we started in 2012 in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle. And, more needed than ever. Agree?

 

Want to see this love in action? Our Burger 4 Burger program happens on specific days when we donate a burger for each one purchased to an organization that feeds or cares for underserved communities.

 

Also, Lil Woody’s Burgers & Shakes regularly donates gift cards, food, and money to non-profits, fundraisers, and auctions. Only the ones that make a difference though.

 

We take our community support further through endless collaborations with local talent and events. We support boundless creativity with other culinarians, musicians, artists, writers, etc. who share our passions.

 

Lil Woody’s Burgers & Shakes also partners with other cool businesses in the same neck of the woods. We know that ‘In union there’s strength’ always holds true. By ordering our supplies and ingredients with them, we minimize our environmental impact while ensuring our businesses source the freshest ingredients.

 

Bite into a backyard burger done well and thoughtfully — a guilt-free one you can enjoy again and again.

 

Have other ways we can help? We’re all ears. Shoot us a message on our Contact Us form.

COMMUNITY

BURGER 4 BURGER

This initiative was born out of necessity to help people in need. Engaging, cultivating, and building community has always been important to us – over the years we have worked with non-profits, neighborhood organizations, youth-oriented services, arts & music programs, and underserved communities, by using our platform to raise awareness and money. Since implementing our Burger 4 Burger program, we now have a way for our customers to give back. Once or twice a month we announce that the weekly special or a designated day of the week will be part of our Burger 4 Burger Program, and for every burger sold that week or day we will donate one to an organization or community in need. This year's goal is to donate over 5000 burgers and double it by 2022.

Non-Profits We Support

2021

BURGER 4 BURGER PROGRAM

JANUARY

Burgers Donated: 520

WA-Bloc
 

MEMORIAL DAY

Burgers Donated: 568

Urban Fresh Food 

Wasat

Mary’s Place

 

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

API Chaya

Young Women Empowered

Taking Black Pride

2020

BURGER 4 BURGER PROGRAM

JANUARY

Burgers Donated: 467
 

MEMORIAL DAY

Burgers Donated: 547
 

Mary’s Place

Southeast Seattle Senior Center

The Seattle Change Coalition 

Urban Fresh Food Collective

Young Women Empowered 

Wasat

Alphabet Alliance Of Color 

Queer the Land 

U.T.O.P.I.A. Seattle

WA Black Trans Force

TWOC Solidarity Network

WA-Bloc

Decolonizing Science

Black Action Coalition

Eastside Embrace

 

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

OSL (OPERATION: Sack Lunch)

NON-PROFITS SUPPORTED

ACLU

Fairmount Park Elementary

Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association

KapKa Cooperative School

Seattle Repertory Theater

Cascade Flag Football Association

Mind Matters Seattle

Puget Sound Youth Sailing

Urban ArtWorks

2019

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

Shorewood Elementary PTA

Black Heritage Society

PrideFest

Urban Indian Health Institute

Creative Justice

KIND (Kids In Need of Defense)

NON-PROFITS SUPPORTED

Children’s Group at Swedish Cancer Institute

White Center Food Bank

Roosevelt High School Jazz

Seattle Against Slavery

Providence Mount St. Vincent Foundation

Wasat

Eastside Academy

Concord International Elementary’s Spring Break Camp

Hope For Life

YES! Foundation

Plymouth Housing Group

Cascade Park

FareStart

Vera Project

ACLU

Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance

GloverEmpowerMentoring Program

U.T.O.P.I.A. Seattle

PARTICIPATED IN CITYWIDE INITIATIVES

FEEST

served food at the gala, fundraising and celebrating an organization

led by youth of color working to improve health in their school, by advocating

for policy changes that increase food access for all students.

 

TogetherSeattle

Seattle Chefs & restaurants banded together to donate proceeds to benefit Northwest Immigrants Rights Project

2018

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

Mary’s Place

OSL

YouthCare Seattle

St. Luke’s Ballard

NW Immigrants Rights Project

White Center Heights Elementary PTA

New Beginnings 

NON-PROFITS SUPPORTED

Urban ArtWorks (Auction Item)

Louisa Boren STEM K-8  (Dine-Out)

Highland Park Elementary (Dine-Out)

White Center Community Association (Pancake Feed)

White Center CDA (Pancake Feed)

Concord International Elementary (Dine-Out)

Sanislo Elementary  (Dine-Out)

FareStart

Queer and Trans Music Project /Vera Project

Woodland Park Cooperative Preschool

Roosevelt High School Jazz Boosters

Kenmore Elementary

Chief Sealth International High School

Non-Profits We Support

2021

BURGER 4 BURGER PROGRAM

JANUARY

Burgers Donated: 520

WA-Bloc
 

MEMORIAL DAY

Burgers Donated: 568

Urban Fresh Food 

Wasat

Mary’s Place

 

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

API Chaya

Young Women Empowered

Taking Black Pride

2020

BURGER 4 BURGER PROGRAM

JANUARY

Burgers Donated: 467
 

MEMORIAL DAY

Burgers Donated: 547
 

Mary’s Place

Southeast Seattle Senior Center

The Seattle Change Coalition 

Urban Fresh Food Collective

Young Women Empowered 

Wasat

Alphabet Alliance Of Color 

Queer the Land 

U.T.O.P.I.A. Seattle

WA Black Trans Force

TWOC Solidarity Network

WA-Bloc

Decolonizing Science

Black Action Coalition

Eastside Embrace

 

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

OSL (OPERATION: Sack Lunch)

NON-PROFITS SUPPORTED

ACLU

Fairmount Park Elementary

Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association

KapKa Cooperative School

Seattle Repertory Theater

Cascade Flag Football Association

Mind Matters Seattle

Puget Sound Youth Sailing

Urban ArtWorks

2019

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

Shorewood Elementary PTA

Black Heritage Society

PrideFest

Urban Indian Health Institute

Creative Justice

KIND (Kids In Need of Defense)

NON-PROFITS SUPPORTED

Children’s Group at Swedish Cancer Institute

White Center Food Bank

Roosevelt High School Jazz

Seattle Against Slavery

Providence Mount St. Vincent Foundation

Wasat

Eastside Academy

Concord International Elementary’s Spring Break Camp

Hope For Life

YES! Foundation

Plymouth Housing Group

Cascade Park

FareStart

Vera Project

ACLU

Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance

GloverEmpowerMentoring Program

U.T.O.P.I.A. Seattle

PARTICIPATED IN CITYWIDE INITIATIVES

FEEST

served food at the gala, fundraising and celebrating an organization

led by youth of color working to improve health in their school, by advocating

for policy changes that increase food access for all students.

 

TogetherSeattle

Seattle Chefs & restaurants banded together to donate proceeds to benefit Northwest Immigrants Rights Project

2018

FUNDRAISER BURGERS

Mary’s Place

OSL

YouthCare Seattle

St. Luke’s Ballard

NW Immigrants Rights Project

White Center Heights Elementary PTA

New Beginnings 

NON-PROFITS SUPPORTED

Urban ArtWorks (Auction Item)

Louisa Boren STEM K-8  (Dine-Out)

Highland Park Elementary (Dine-Out)

White Center Community Association (Pancake Feed)

White Center CDA (Pancake Feed)

Concord International Elementary (Dine-Out)

Sanislo Elementary  (Dine-Out)

FareStart

Queer and Trans Music Project /Vera Project

Woodland Park Cooperative Preschool

Roosevelt High School Jazz Boosters

Kenmore Elementary

Chief Sealth International High School