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Jack’s restaurants donates $100K to Kids to Love Foundation

MADISON – In its latest donations, Jack’s Family Restaurants has donated $100,000 to the Kids to Love Foundation to support the organization’s goal of finding “forever families” for children in foster care waiting for adoption.

Lee Marshall, CEO of Kids to Love Foundation, accepted the donation on behalf of the organization. Kids to Love assists in recruiting adoptive parents to provide lifelong homes.

“The Kids to Love campaign is complete. The campaign was a huge success and resulted in Jack’s donating $100,000 to helping foster children find forever homes,” Charlotte Arnold said, on behalf of Jack’s.

In addition to Marshall, individuals attending the presentation were Jack’s CEO Todd Bartmess, Jack’s Area Supervisor Kathy Vanzant, Jack’s Director of Training Mike Greco and Shirley Ozbirn, General Manager of Jack’s in Red Bay.

Kids to Love’s office address is 140 Castle Drive in Madison. For more information, call 256-880-3455 or visit KidstoLove.org, eatatjacks.com or jacksfamilyfund.com.

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