For the sixth consecutive year, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers will be a major sponsor of Kidd’s Kids, the life-changing charitable program started by legendary radio host Kidd Kraddick.

On Tuesday, April 11, participating Raising Cane’s restaurants nationwide will donate 15 percent of net proceeds from the day’s sales to the charity. In addition, customers will have the opportunity to make a donation in any amount to Kidd’s Kids at the register.

“My entire Crew and I are honored to continue our support of the Kidd’s Kids program, which has been bringing smiles to these remarkable children, and their families, for over 25 years,” said Todd Graves, Founder & CEO of Raising Cane’s. “We invite Caniacs around the country on Tuesday to enjoy a quality chicken finger meal and join us in raising funds for this extraordinary charity.”

Raising Cane’s is proud to have donated more than $400,000 to the Kraddick Foundation since 2012.  

Founded in 1991, the Kraddick Foundation and Kidd’s Kids program were developed on the premise of making a difference in the lives of children with life-altering and life-threatening medical conditions. Over the years, more than 1,000 children and their families have attended the trip, totaling more than 3,750 people.

The Kraddick Foundation covers all expenses and coordinates the entire experience, which includes airfare, hotel, park passes, meals, transportation, spending money, gifts and mementos from the trip.

“Todd and his incredible crew at Raising Cane’s are some of the most generous people you’d ever want to meet,” said Caroline Kraddick, CEO and Chief Happiness Officer of Kidd’s Kids. “They’ve stepped up their support in their sixth year and we couldn’t be more grateful for their on-going partnership.”

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