17,000 Meals Feed Hungry Kids During Summer Time; DateKeeper & The Salvation Army Team Up

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Social media interactions through DateKeeper earn donations towards Livingston County kids in need of meals.

Get Social, Feed Kids
25.27% of Livingston County’s public school students qualify for free or reduced lunch, which is not provided through out the summer.

DateKeeper.org and The Salvation Army of Livingston County are proud to announce their partnership during the Get Social, Feed Kids fundraising campaign, focused on raising donations towards hot lunches for children in need.

According to the CEPI, 25.27% of Livingston County’s public school students qualify for free or reduced lunch, which is not provided through out the summer. The Salvation Army’s summer feeding programs make sure that children are not left hungry, and are accommodated through out the summer months. In fact, since it's beginning the program has provided over 17,000 meals to kids in need.

DateKeeper is proud to assist in the success of the summer feeding initiatives through out the community”, says Steve Gronow, CEO of DateKeeper. “Our goal is to build up DateKeeper’s brand awareness, while making a difference in the needs of children across the county.”

The campaign, which runs May 28 – June 11, simply asks social media users to interact on either DateKeeper's Facebook or Twitter pages to earn donations towards the feeding programs. Social interactions include Likes, Comments, Shares, Follows, Tags, ReTweets, Inclusion of Hashtag #DKGetSocial, & Posts.

About DateKeeper
A universal event calendar service focused on serving charity and nonprofit organizations through out Michigan, DateKeeper values community and fostering awareness of local events. Users can post events free and utilize our one-of-a-kind social marketing tools to reach new audiences.

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