Raising Cane’s to raise $100K in one day for Kidd’s Kids, will donate $1 per box combo sold Wednesday

DALLAS Raising Cane’s – one of the nation’s fastest-growing brands – is just as passionate about supporting local organizations as it is its craveable Chicken Finger meals. For 12 years, Raising Cane’s has supported Kidd’s Kids – the Dallas-Fort Worth-based nonprofit started by legendary radio personality and Dallas native, Kidd Kraddick.

On Wednesday, Raising Cane’s will set out to raise $100,000 for Kidd’s Kids in one day by donating one dollar for every Box Combo sold to the organization. More than 200 Raising Cane’s Restaurants across markets where the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show airs in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Missouri will participate in the fundraiser during regular Restaurant hours.

For a full list of participating restaurant locations, visit raisingcanes.com/kiddskidsfundraiser.

In addition, Raising Cane’s and the Kidd Kraddick Show will host current and former Kidd’s Kids on the day of the fundraiser at Raising Cane’s in Grand Prairie at 3158 South State Highway 161 in Grand Prairie 11 a.m., and all current and former Kidd’s Kids families that wish to take part in the fundraiser on August 30 will receive free Box Combos in participating markets.

Founded in 1991, the Kidd’s Kids program was created to make a difference in the lives of children with life-altering illnesses and special medical needs. That difference has evolved over time, with selected families now being provided with an all-expenses paid trip to Walt Disney World. During the five-day trip, Kidd’s Kids and their families enjoy all the excitement that a Disney World getaway can offer and get a rare opportunity to escape the hospitals and treatment centers that have become an everyday part of their lives.

The Kidd Kraddick Morning Show is a syndicated morning radio show heard on more than 65 stations across the country, and on American Forces Radio, from 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday. To learn more, visit KiddNation.com.