Donate Unwanted Cell Phones at Raising Cane’s to Help Local Military Heroes Stay Connected
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is collecting unwanted and gently-used cell phones at their Lincoln and Grand Island restaurants that will be recycled and turned in for calling cards. The calling cards will be given to Nebraska soldiers who are away on active duty. From March 21 through April 30, Lincolnites will receive a free meal with purchase offer when a phone is donated in support of the cause.
Additional support can also be given by adding any dollar amount to your ticket when ordering. The money raised helps support a fund for active soldiers and their families to assist with medical or other bills, groceries and gas.
The Lincoln Raising Cane’s franchise is partnering with Cell Phones for Soldiers (www.cellphonesforsoldiers.com) for its 8th straight year. Since 2009, over 582,000 minutes and nearly $28,500 have been donated to Nebraska military families.
Since the first Lincoln location opened in 2006, Raising Cane’s has set out to not just be another restaurant in the community, but to be the community’s restaurant by supporting programs such as this one. Stay connected with Raising Cane’s at facebook.com/CanesNebraska or twitter.com/CanesLincoln.
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