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Engaging employees in No Kid Hungry

Who's behind the success of your charitable initiatives? Your team.

See how employees from these six restaurants energize their Dine Out for No Kid Hungry campaigns. 

Jim 'N Nicks Community BBQ

This Birmingham, Ala.-based chain offers a $5 coupon off guests' next visit in exchance for each $5 donation through Oct. 31. Here, employee's from the Greystone, Ala., store show their support. The 34-location company is a first-time participant in Dine Out for No Kid Hungry.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

The Stillwater, Okla., team promotes Orange Leaf's three Dine Out promotions. When guests buy a $1 No Kid Hungry tumbler,   Orange Leaf donates 80 cents to No Kid Hungry. The 300-location company based in Oklahoma City also offers a $3 bounce back coupon and donates a portion of the proceeds of a $10 t-shirt.

El Centro DF

This Richard Sandoval concept in Washington, D.C., gives guests a coupon for free guacamole when they donate $2 to No Kid Hungry. The 14th Street team shows off their swag from the prime people-watching seat overlooking the sidewalk.

Gecko's Grill and Pub

Employees encourage guests to round up their bill to the nearest dollar amount and donate the difference to No Kid Hungry at his eight-location Sarasota, Fla., establishment.

Mazzio's Italian Eatery

Mazzio's was among the restaurant companies that used Dine Out for No Kid Hungry Rally Kits to generage excitement among staff. The Tulsa-based company sent kits to seven of its 166 locations, including the Coweta, Okla., team pictured here. Mazzio's offers guests a book of free coupons for various menu items valued at $25.

PURE Taqueria

Employees in PURE's six Atlanta-area restaurants compete against each other through rooftop parties, drink specials and other creative promotions. Guests receive raffle tickets for $100 gift cards when they donate $5 to No Kid Hungry. The company donates' $1 for every No Kid Hungry Cocktail sold, $15 for every case of Pacifica Clara sold, and $50 for every keg sold. It also donates $10 from the proceeds of each rooftop party ticket.

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