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Get Social, Feed Kids Fundraiser; DateKeeper & The Salvation Army Partner

May 23, 2012 by Loni Pryor

Fundraisers, Events, Non-Profit

DateKeeper and The Salvation Army of Livingston County are proud to announce the Get Social, Feed Kids Fundraising Campaign geared toward raising money for hungry kids in need!

The campaign runs May 28-June 11 2012, and asks social media users to simply interact on either DateKeeper's Facebook or Twitter pages to earn donations for the summer feedings programs through The Salvation Army.

For every social interaction initiated with DateKeeper, a $.50 donation will be made to help feed hungry kids this summer.

Social interactions include:

  • Likes
  • Comments
  • Shares
  • Tweets
  • Follows
  • ReTweets
  • Tags
  • Inclusion of Hashtag #DKGetSocial
  • & Posts

For more information on how to facilitate the MOST donations towards this cause, go to DateKeeper.org/FeedKids today.

Be sure to check out Get Social, Feed Kids on DateKeeper too and invite your friends to participate!

Interested in what this cause is all about? Check out the summary below:

The Summer Lunch Bunch is program offered by The Livingston County Salvation Army in coordination with many area agencies, schools, and churches. 25.27% of Livingston County public schools students qualify for free or reduced lunch which is NOT provided through out the summer. The Summer Lunch Bunch Program makes sure that kids who are fed through out the school year, don't go hungry! In fact, since it's beginning the program has provided over 17,000 meals to kids in need. With your help, we can prevent childhood hunger together!