KFC to Provide Free Lunch Program Through The Salvation Army of Savannah

Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) will be donating hundreds of lunches to the Salvation Army of Savannah’s (TSA) shelter residents and men in their Work Therapy Rehabilitation Program. This free lunch program will run from Wednesday, May 13 to Saturday, May 16, at TSA’s community center and will feed 130 people in need every day.

“The Salvation Army is so blessed to be a conduit of the kindness of this community and the families and individuals that need it most. We are so excited to see faces light up when we serve KFC’s delicious chicken,” said Salvation Army Major Paul Egan.

KFC has assisted The Salvation Army nationwide since 1964, dating back…

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