CENTERVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) - 14 area Skyline Chili restaurants are giving back to the community.
A representative presented a $500 check to Dayton Children's Medical and its Safe Kids Program. The program is dedicated to preventing childhood injuries.
Skyline also donated $300 worth of gift cards to provide lunch to patients' families.
"I think it's very important that businesses in the community can give back and help out those who need it," said Mike Sauer, Skyline Chili.
"It's a really great time of year to focus on childhood safety, so we're really thankful that Skyline kind of pulled their resources and donated to us," said Jessica Saunders, Dayton Children's Medical Center.
The money will help purchase items like bike helmets and car seats.
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