ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — Bojangles is starting up its campaign to help families in need. The company is reintroducing its Neighborhood Needs Program.

Bojangles says that during the program, that every purchase of a Cajun Filet Biscuit between Wednesday, May 11 and Wednesday, May 25, the restaurant will donate $1 to the Daniels Family.

The Neighborhood Needs Program features a local family, and this year will be the Daniels Family.

According to the release from Bojangles:

Adam Daniels, a Roanoke local and Roanoke College Alumni. After college, Adam went on to serve as a Federal Law Enforcement Officer with the ATF. While serving a warrant on a suspect, he and his team were involved in a shootout that left Adam seriously injured. While his injuries have improved, he will still be facing a long road to recovery. Daniels comes from a family of public servants, his mother, Chris Daniels, also gave her time to the community as a teacher with Roanoke County Public Schools.

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If you would like to help the following locations are participating in the Neighborhood Needs Program: Franklin Road, Cave Spring, Vinton, Main Street in Salem, Daleville, and Peters Creek. Each store will also have a donations area set up for people to donate.

The Neighborhood Needs Program has donated over $10,000 in funds to community organizations and neighbors over the years.