Your next Chipotle order could benefit a LGBTQ charity.
The fast-casual chain is offering go-to meals from three drag performers – Trixie Mattel, Kim Chi, and Gottmik – through Wednesday; $1 from each entree purchase will benefit an LGBTQ charity of their choice. The maximum donation is $15,000 per charity.
The three drag stars will offer more information about their charity of choice on Sunday at 11 a.m. Pacific Standard Time through a drag lunch on Trixie Mattel’s YouTube channel. The show will be modeled after traditional drag brunches and feature comedic bits, talk about the go-to orders and “Chipotle-fied looks,” according to a news release.
"For more than 27 years, authenticity, diversity and inclusion have been core principles of Chipotle," Chipotle Chief Marketing Officer Chris Brandt said in the release. "As a longtime supporter of the LGBTQIA+ community, we're excited to leverage our real food to help drive real, positive change."
The drag star with the most orders will be crowned “Chipotle Queen of Pride” and will receive an additional $10,000 to donate to a selected charity.
Here are the go-to orders, which can be found on the Chipotle app and Chipotle.com.
The Trixie Mattel Pride Burrito includes brown rice, black beans, fajita vegetables, sofritas, tomatillo green-chili salsa, cheese, guacamole and romaine lettuce. Orders benefit the nonprofit Trans Lifeline, which offers emotional and financial support to trans people in crisis.
The Kim Chi Pride Bowl is made up of white rice, guacamole, steak, fresh tomato salsa, roasted chili-corn salsa, tomatillo red-chili salsa, sour cream, cheese and romaine lettuce. Orders benefit the Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights group.
The Gottmik Pride Salad has supergreens salad mix, brown rice, black beans, fajita vegetables, sofritas, fresh tomato salsa and roasted chili-corn salsa. Orders benefit GLAAD, a LGBTQ media advocacy organization.
Also through Wednesday, Chipotle customers who order online or through the Chipotle app can round up their order total to the next highest dollar amount to support The Trevor Project, the world's largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for members of the LGBTQ community.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Chipotle partners with drag stars to fundraise for LGBTQ charities