Meals, Deals & Ways to Get Through These Challenging Times 

March 23, 2020
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Businesses in the DMV are stepping up to help kids, the elderly and everyone in between amid the coronavirus pandemic

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* Wendy's is giving away Frosties with drive-thru orders.  
* Kitchen Cray is providing free breakfast to kids 12 and under on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. To support the business or donate you can visit $ChefRobinson on cashapp or order take-out or delivery.
* Popeyes is offering a free streaming service password if you post a picture eating a meal from the restaurant using the hashtag #ThatPasswordFromPopeyes.
* Olive Garden is offering buy one get one free for to-go meals.
* Martha's Table is providing free groceries at several pop-ups across D.C.

** And reminder, more than 300 locations will provide free lunches for students until schools reopen. 

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Howdy, Folks! Starting tomorrow, March 14 - April 26, we'll be offering FREE DELIVERY on kfc.com, making it easier for everyone to enjoy my world famous fried chicken without leaving the comforts of home. If you're more of a DIY type, order ahead and we'll have it ready for pick up so you can skip that line. Terms apply at https://bit.ly/2U5LYPg

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Due to the unfortunate events, we want to help out the community by providing free meals to the kids that are affected. #forthecommunity⁠

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One meal per student per day ⛏--

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