Kickin’ Chicken gives back

  • Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Kickin’ Chicken announced its fifth annual Month of Giving celebration. From April 15 to May 15, each of the five area Kickin’ Chicken restaurants donate 10 percent of sales every Thursday to a different neighboring non-profit organization; that is 20 local non-profits in total. A schedule of benefiting organizations by date and location are listed below.

“We are committed to our customers and community and we feel that we can not only raise much-needed funds for these organizations, but we can help educate our guests and staff about the important work these organizations do,” co-founder Chip Roberts said. “It’s a fun way to include our staff and guests in giving back to our community.”

Thursday, April 18

Downtown: My Sister’s House

James Island: Make a Wish Foundation of South Carolina

Mount Pleasant: East Cooper Community Outreach

West Ashley: Jenkins Orphanage

Summerville: Palmetto House

Thursday, April 25

Downtown: Wings for Kids

James Island: Susan G. Comen Race for the Cure

Mount Pleasant: Windwood Family Services

West Ashley: Yes Carolina

Summerville: Dorchester Children’s Center

Thursday, May 2

Downtown: Crisis Ministries

James Island: Charleston Area Therapeutic Riding

Mount Pleasant: Children’s Museum of the Lowcountry

West Ashley: Dee Norton Lowcountry Children’s Center

Summerville: Meals on Wheels of Summerville

Thursday, May 9

Downtown: Florence Crittenton

James Island: Our Lady of Mercy Community Outreach

Mount Pleasant: East Cooper Meals on Wheels

West Ashley: Carolina Children’s Charity

Summerville: Carolina Youth Development Center


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