Cold Weather, Hot Chicken, Warm Coats! Raising Cane’s Collecting Coats for LIM

FREMONT – Raising Cane’s is collecting winter coats for the Low Income Ministry, and they’ll reward you handsomely for your donations – in chicken strips.

Now through October 31st, the Fremont Raising Cane’s restaurant is collecting new and gently used winter coats to help the less fortunate combat the coming winter chill. All donated coats will go to Low Income Ministry for distribution. Individuals who donate coats will receive a certificate for a free combo meal of equal or lesser value with the purchase of another combo meal.

This is the 12th year the local Raising Cane’s franchise – called Southern Hospitality Ventures – has held a winter coat drive at their restaurants. “When we moved to the Midwest from Louisiana to open our first Raising Cane’s, we quickly learned how harsh the winter could be,” says Jennifer Jones, co-owner of the Raising Cane’s franchise. “Not everyone is so fortunate to be able to go out and purchase a winter coat, which is why we created Raising Coats with Raising Cane’s. We hope that you’ll support our efforts by donating a coat and making winter a little warmer for others this year.”

Since 2007, Raising Cane’s has collected over 18,600 winter coats for donation to those in need in their restaurants’ communities.

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