Shake Shack is partnering with the Trevor Project to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community with its “Together is Sweeter” campaign for Pride Month. Throughout the month of June, Shake Shack will donate 3% of sales from each of its summer shakes to The Trevor Project, with a minimum donation of $75,000. This year’s decadent trio of shakes include the Sprinkle Cookie Shake, the Chocolate Churro Shake and the Oreo Funnel Cake Shake.
NEW Sprinkle Cookie Shake (available June 1st) – Cookie butter frozen custard hand spun with rainbow crispies and topped with whipped cream and sprinkles
Chocolate Churro Shake – Hand-spun cinnamon churro frozen custard, topped with spiced dark chocolate sauce, topped with whipped cream and cinnamon waffle cone crumbles
OREO Funnel Cake Shake – OREO cookies and funnel cake crunch hand spun with vanilla frozen custard, topped with chocolate whipped cream
Price per Shake: starting at $5.99; Los Angeles Availability: Shake Shacks nationwide
In addition to Pride Month, Shake Shack is committed to supporting the LGBTQIA+ community year-round. Shake Shack pledges annual internal support via its HRC Corporate Equality Index 100% score and HEROIQ+ Employee Resource Group.
Additionally – Shake Shack will take part in this year’s West Hollywood Pride Parade on 6/5 if you are covering local activities to enjoy throughout the month!
- The Shack Beer Garden at WeHo Pride (6/5)
- Details: On Sunday, June 5th, Shack Shack will be hosting the Shack Beer Garden on the patio of its West Hollywood Shack directly in front of the West Hollywood Pride Parade. A DJ & bar selling Shack beer & wine can be enjoyed by all during the celebration. Giant Jenga and Pride swag will be on site to infuse even more fun into the day’s festivities.
The West Hollywood Shake Shack is located at 8520 Santa Monica Blvd, at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Huntley Drive.
The Trevor Project is the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning) young people.
To learn more visit: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/explore/