Eat Chipotle Wednesday, help out the Animal Humane Society

You can get 50 percent of proceeds from your chips and guac order sent to the animal rescue organization.
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Buy a burrito from Chipotle, and you can help out the Animal Humane Society.

The Mexican grill is running a charitable promotion in which half of all proceeds will go to the animal rescue organization.

You can take advantage at all Twin Cities Chipotle locations (plus the one in Hudson), from 10:45 a.m. through to 10 p.m. You have to show one of theposts on your phone when you pay, or tell the cashier you'e supporting the cause.

Chipotle says it'll give 50 percent of proceeds for those sales to Animal Humane Society.

You can find Chipotle restaurant locations here.

The Animal Humane Society bills itself as the leading animal welfare organization in the upper Midwest, caring for more than 23,000 animals every year. The group has five adoption centers in the Twin Cities.

They take in every animal that gets surrendered to them – no matter their age, breed, or condition. And if they aren't ready for adoption, medical treatment is given.

The Animal Humane Society is a nonprofit, funded by donations, adoption and program fees, merchandise sales, and special events.

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