Hockey fans, you can buy mallards tickets for this season, while at the same help feed hungry kids.
Kids Against Hunger, a Quad Cities' food relief program is selling Mallards tickets for $15 bucks, and $5 dollars of that will go to the organization.
Kids Against Hunger packages food here in the Quad Cities, which feeds millions of children in places such as Nicaragua, and Haiti, and provides items to local food pantries.
It's also $3 dollars cheaper than regular priced tickets, which are $18 bucks.
"I like to support the Mallards, so your supporting them, and the other way is your feeding hungry kids, so it's a double header, or what's the metaphor in hockey," said John Kessler, the Founder of Kids Against Hunger.
To get your hands on some tickets, or find out about volunteer opportunities, head to kahqc.com
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