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Raising Cane’s Raises Funds for Flood Relief

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In response to the devastating flood in our community, Raising Cane’s is doing its part to aid those affected.

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, all Acadiana-area Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers restaurants will donate 100 percent of net proceeds to the Greater Acadiana United Way Disaster Fund and Second Harvest Food Bank of Acadiana, both of which are assisting with flood recovery throughout southwestern Louisiana.

“The recent flooding in our area has been devastating, and it’s heartbreaking to see how much our crew and neighbors have lost,” said Todd Graves, Founder & CEO of Raising Cane’s. “All of us at Cane’s want to do our part to help our friends in the Acadiana area, so we felt this was a great way to give back.”

All six area restaurants, including the Cane’s in Lafayette, Broussard, New Iberia and Opelousas are participating in Wednesday’s fundraising effort.

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