The Red Robin Foundation was established in 2006 by Red Robin Team Members who wanted to share the Unbridled Culture of Red Robin Gourmet Burgers with the communities where we operate restaurants. The Red Robin Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) public charity. The exempt purpose of the Foundation is to provide donors the opportunity to be kind to their neighbors and share in our Unbridled spirit through our Giving Fund and Community Outreach Program.
The primary purpose of the Red Robin Foundation Giving Fund is to provide assistance to Red Robin Team Members who have a sudden financial emergency due to a catastrophic event or emergency hardship.
Red Robin Team Members and their immediate family (immediate family members will include spouse and children).
Applications may be completed by the Team Member in need or by a Team Member on behalf of the Team Member in need. All requests must be made to the Committee Chairperson via a General Manager, Regional Director, or Supervisor on the application form. Applications must be complete and legible, and documentation is required. The maximum request per catastrophe is $5,000 per Team Member. Requests are reviewed and approved by the Giving Fund Committee.
Red Robin Home Office departments may participate in a volunteer day (one day per year, during normal business hours) at the discretion of your Department Head. The Red Robin Foundation is available to partner your department with a charity that best suits your interests (education, youth, homeless, etc). Designated Volunteer Day is not mandatory. However, if Team Members choose not to participate, they will need to report to work. There are certain restrictions in terms of charity groups. Red Robin doesn't support the following:
If you are a Red Robin Team Member or a charity organization within the state of Colorado that would like to request volunteers and would like more information, please contact the Red Robin Foundation.
Red Robin Foundation
6312 S. Fiddler's Green Circle
Ste. 200 North
Greenwood Village, CO 80111