Slutty Vegan ATL surprises grandmother who survived breast cancer

In honor of Mother’s Day, Slutty Vegan visited the home of an Atlanta grandmother to surprise her after she recently became a breast cancer survivor.

The vegan burger restaurant is closed on Sundays, but that didn’t stop employees from taking some tasty treats and items to Ms. Rhonda’s home. The “super special mother,” as she’s described in the video Slutty Vegan posted on social media, looks after her grandchildren.

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CEO and founder Aisha “Pinky” Cole joined employees to drop off bags of chips, paper towels, diapers and Slutty Vegan ATL T-shirts to Ms. Rhonda on Mother’s Day.

“I can’t stop crying,” Cole said in the video, which featured Kirk Franklin’s hit song “I Smile” during the drop-off.

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“God said, ‘Whatever you do unto the least one, you do unto him,’” Ms. Rhonda told Cole. “And whoever is (a) blessing to me, He’s gonna be a blessing to you.’”

This is not the first time Slutty Vegan has given back to the community.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the eatery has partnered with The Pinky Cole Foundation to provide Slutty Vegan's signature plant-based burgers to residents of the senior care facility National Church Residences.

They’ve also donated meals to employees at Northside Hospital’s Women’s Center after closing to the public to focus on feeding those on the front lines of the pandemic.

Since then, however, the popular spot on Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard has reopened to the public with safety measures in tow for placing orders.