San Diablo's Local Impact

San Diablo has been a long-time active supporter of Mix 105.1 FM radio’s 105 Days of Love and other on-air campaigns to raise funds, collections, and awareness for food banks and other non-profit initiatives by providing complimentary churros to listeners who donate and support local charities like the Utah Food Bank. 

We are constantly partnering with other local businesses and organizations across Utah, maintaining pop-up locations at Howdy Homemade Ice Cream in Salt Lake

City and Macey’s Grocery in Draper. We’ve also joined arms with El Chubasco, Tacos Don Joaquin, Rockwell Ice Cream, Thirst Drinks, SubZero, and others. We partner with Rockwell Ice Cream in Provo and promote their ice cream as an add-on menu item for our catered events. 

At San Diablo, we believe in the importance of investing in our local communities and have supported Utah schools, academies, libraries, banks, and more through various events and activities. organizations. During the pandemic, we donated churros to first responders from nursing homes and hospitals in seven locations around Utah. We’re always looking for ways to connect with our community and give back to the people who give so much.

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