The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Kentucky Fried Chicken’s social media promotion feeds the hungry

Kentucky Fried Chicken ( @KFC ) has partnered with Feeding America on a social media promotion that for every tweet, Instagram snap or Facebook shared will donate 50 cents to Feeding America (equals to 5 meals).  KFC will donate up to $100,000 to Feeding America.

There is no money out of your pocket, just a moment or two of your time.  How You Can Help: Supporting KFC’s #FillUpForGood Campaign is easy. All consumers need to do to help KFC reach its goal, is post or repost a picture of a KFC $5 Fill-Ups™ meal (no purchase necessary) on social media (Twitter, Instagram or Facebook) with the hashtag #FillUpForGood before January 31, 2015. 

You can do this, I’ve made it easy by doing the screen capture in this story, so save my image and be sure to post with it to social media using #fillupforgood  

Facebook: Share the KFC $5Fill Up photo above with this text:  KFC’s #FillUpForGood campaign feeds 5 hungry people thru Feeding America if you include this photo and #FillUpForGood  hashtag in each share. 

Twitter:  Attach the KFC $5Fill Up photo.  Please retweet photo & hastag #FillUpForGood will provide 5 meals through @Feeding America

Instagram: Attach the KFC $5Fill Up photo & the hastag #FillUpForGood will provide 5 meals through @Feeding America

Feeding America works directly with major manufacturers, retailers, and other partners across the country to secure safe, healthy food that would otherwise go to waste. For every 50 cents received, the Feeding America network of food banks can help provide 5 meals through food pantries and meal programs across America.

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