In support of the devastating and destructive wildfires sweeping across the Hawaiian island of Maui, Raising Cane’s is stepping up in support by donating 15% of tomorrow’s profits to Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Center (KHAKO), a Maui-based shelter located in Lahaina.

As thousands of locals are struggling with housing issues amid the wildfires, funds will be used to support those displaced and in the rebuilding efforts of the shelter’s Westside Center. The Westside Center was a 78-unit housing center in Lahaina that was completely lost as the deadliest wildfire in modern U.S. history made its way across the island and is still not completely contained.

“Maui holds such a special place in my heart – not only is it where my wife and I got married, but it’s also home to one of our Restaurants and so many residents and Customers that have always been so kind to us. I’m glad all of our Restaurants are able to come together to generate a donation for such a great cause that is in critical need of support at this time,” says Raising Cane’s founder Todd Graves. “KHAKO is an amazing organization that has done so much to serve the people of Maui and they continue going above and beyond each day to further help those displaced by the wildfires.”

To support Raising Cane’s donation efforts, Customers are encouraged to visit Raising Cane’s on Thursday, August 17 during regular operational hours. The donation will be automatically applied to all orders and Customers do not need to mention the fundraiser. To find a location nearest you, please visit


WHAT: Raising Cane’s to donate 15% of profits from Thursday’s sales to KHAKO Homeless Resource Center

WHEN: All day on Thursday, August 17

WHERE: All Raising Cane’s U.S. Restaurants

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