Burger King Singapore celebrates bigger Whopper with t-shirt fundraiser

Proceeds will go to the Association for Persons with Special Needs.

Burger King in Singapore has launched a fundraiser to support a social service agency providing special education for persons with mild intellectual disabilities.

For the next quarter, the burger chain will sell a black shirts featuring various burger designs and white shirts featuring an ad hoc Burger King logo, proceeds of which will go to the Association for Persons with Special Needs.

The move is also in celebration of their revamped Whoppers, as its beef patties are now weighing at 4.4oz each compared to the original 4oz.

“When the Whopper gets bigger and juicier, its price becomes a real steal for the real delicious deal. The Whopper value meal is now selling at S$7.90, down from the previous price of S$8.70 for the same value meal,” the chain said in an announcement.

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