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Join MOGL Rewards and Help California's Military Families

MOGL has partnered with Operation Homefront – California to help provide emergency financial and other assistance to military families and wounded warriors in need. MOGL will donate five dollars to Operation Homefront for every new member who joins at military.mogl.com.

Joining MOGL is free, and it is the fastest-growing restaurant loyalty program on the West Coast, hooking its members up with cash for dining out at their favorite restaurants. The company seamlessly offers cash-back to consumers every time they use their own registered debit or credit card at thousands of MOGL restaurants throughout California. No coupons, punch cards, check-ins or hassles; members simply eat out and cash in! MOGL celebrates a simple philosophy: reward customers for their loyalty and they’ll reward you back.

“We are offering an exciting and impactful new way to support military families, that has serious potential to raise a substantial amount of money over time,” said Jon Carder, CEO and Co-Founder for MOGL. “At its core, MOGL is a company firmly committed to giving back to local communities – and Operation Homefront is an incredible organization that we are proud to partner with in this way.”

The more people who sign up for MOGL and eat out at participating restaurants under this new program, the greater the impact. MOGL hopes that its seamless giving-back platform will create a much-needed annuity stream of donations for Operation Homefront – allowing them the ability to provide more assistance to military families and wounded warriors who have given so much to our county.

“The service men and women of our nation and their families sacrifice so much on our behalf each and every day,” said Jack Chirrick, Executive Director, Operation Homefront – California. “We believe their sacrifices warrant our support, and we are grateful to MOGL for joining us in our cause to help military families and wounded warriors.”