In-N-Out has begun offering an expanded menu—available only through their new rentable cookout trucks—as part of the chain’s efforts to raise funds for their charity addressing childhood abuse, according to a recent social media post from Lynsi Snyder, In-N-Out owner and sole heiress to the burger empire.
The new menu items are miniature versions of the restaurant’s well-known burgers and fries, in honor of children who have been victims of abuse.
According to Snyder, the new food truck additions are in memory of her grandmother, who helped found the chain.
“The best part about this truck is that, in honor of my Grandma and her love for helping children, it supports the In-N-Out Burger Foundation’s efforts in assisting children who have been victims of child abuse,” Snyder said on social media.
The new catering trucks, which require about 85 feet of parking space, are reserved for children and youth events, according to In-N-Out’s website.
“So, let’s get that truck on the road and help give children an abuse-free childhood and a future,” Snyder wrote on Instagram.
According to In-N-Out, each truck is also equipped with restaurant staff and includes fountain drinks.
Costs for renting one are not listed on In-N-Out’s website. Instead, those interested must contact a “cookout coordinator,” as listed on the site, for questions and booking.