BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – Raising Cane’s announced that they will be donating $25 million to nonprofits, organizations, schools and more nationwide in the next year.
The series of donations are a part of the 25-year celebration of the restaurant chain.
“From the beginning, I’ve been grateful for our Crew, Customers and Communities that have supported my dream,” Graves said. “That’s why taking care of our Crewmembers and getting involved at the local level, especially here in our home state, have been a huge part of who we are. I’m proud that we are a growing company of serving leaders and what better way to celebrate 25 years of business than to give back $25 million to the Communities we serve!”
On Aug. 25 at 10 a.m., Todd Graves will be at “The Mothership” restaurant at Highland Road and State Street to present a $25,000 check to two Baton Rouge area organizations — the Baton Rouge Area Foundation and Feeding Louisiana.
Raising Cane’s has donated over $100 million to organizations in 25 years. Over the year, the restaurant brand has also donated more than $22 million to organizations in Louisiana.
On Wednesday, in addition to presenting $50,000, as part of their $25 million commitment Raising Cane’s will be donating to local organizations, including:
- Baton Rouge Green – $25,000
- Baton Rouge Area Chamber Entrepreneurship Incubator – $25,000
- Big Buddy Program – $25,000
- 100 Black Men – $25,000
- And more
In support of Gulf South region businesses, Raising Cane’s is also contributing $5 million to the Benson Capital Fund.
Community organizations can submit a request at www.CanesAndCommunity.com.