At Casa Ole’, we’re committed to making a difference in the communities where we live, work and do business. This commitment dates from the earliest years of our company and is a vital part both of our heritage and of who we are today.
Forty years ago, our founder Larry Forehand opened the very first Casa Ole’ restaurant in Pasadena, Texas. Not only did he transform the business of making great Tex Mex food, but he established an enduring model of responsible community stewardship.
We’re proud of our legacy and our heritage of giving back to the community. We volunteer actively, give generously and work to make a difference where it’s most needed. Casa Ole’ over the past two years has raised over $50,000 for The Rose, a non-profit breast cancer organization, as well as being an active supporter of Muscular Dystrophy research. Casa Ole’ also encourages children’s literacy and teamwork by donating food and financial resources to various educational, athletic and fine arts organizations within the local communities where our restaurants are located. In past years, we also supported the Salvation Army during the holiday season by donating thousands of toys to less fortunate children.
There is much more we would like to share regarding our commitment to making a difference. Please come and visit any of our Casa Ole’ locations and see what we can do in your community!
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For donation requests, please visit our Donations page.