Mr Mikes wants nominations for Deeds Well Done for Christmas

Staff at various Mr Mikes including Langley will being good deeds in the community as well.

For the fourth year running, Mr Mikes SteakhouseCasual is paying it forward through their “Deeds Well Done” community program. From Nov. 14 to Dec. 31, guests will be encouraged to nominate fellow community members’ good deeds.

A nominated “Good Deed Doer” will be selected from each of the 32 communities from across Western Canada, and will receive $500 from Mr Mikes to donate to a local registered charity of their choice.  In total, Mr. Mikes will donate $16,000 to charities across B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba this season.

“Deeds Well Done means a lot to us and it’s important to celebrate the amazing things people are doing in our communities that truly make a difference,” says Mike Cordoba, CEO, RAMMP Hospitality Brands Inc., the company behind Mr. Mikes.

To spread the spirit of “Deeds Well Done” this year, many Mr. Mikes restaurants will be supporting their own local communities with good deeds ranging from a clothing drive to sponsoring holiday hampers for families.

Share your “Deeds Well Done” stories on their Facebook, Instagram and Twitter@MrMikesOnline, using the hashtag #deedswelldone.

To nominate someone visit


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