Raising Cane’s to donate percentage of sales to Arizona students

MRG Marketing & Management, Inc., Southwestern franchise partner of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, and Junior Achievement of Arizona have teamed up for a fundraiser benefitting students in the largest and fastest growing economic education organization in the state.

For one day only, the restaurant will donate 20 percent of their sales to Junior Achievement of Arizona when any patron presents the Raising Cane’s fundraiser flyer at the counter.

This generous donation will help support the various in-classroom K-12 grade programs Junior Achievement of Arizona implements, preparing young students with entrepreneurship, work readiness and financial literacy skills, according to a press release.

Guests must show either a printed flyer or digital screenshot on a smartphone of the flyer at the counter at the time of purchase. Guests can download the flyer at jaaz.org or JA Arizona Fundraiser Flyer.

The fundraiser is to be from open to close on Wednesday, Feb. 3, at all 11 valley locations including:

  • 7386 E. Shea Blvd. in Scottsdale
  • 4506 E. Cactus Road in Phoenix

This statewide fundraiser provides Junior Achievement of Arizona with resources to further empower their students. The organization strives to educate and inspire young students to value free enterprise and understand economics to improve their lives.

JA also encourages valued education, positive attitudes toward work and business and education partnerships, creating a bridge between the classroom and the workplace.

With the help from Raising Cane’s, Junior Achievement of Arizona will have the opportunity to further their programs and the lives of these students.

Download the Raising Cane’s flyer: JA Arizona Fundraiser Flyer.

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