The 33 Chick-fil-A Restaurants® in Colorado and Wyoming are partnering with Convoy of Hope this October to provide disaster relief to Colorado residents impacted by recent flooding.
From Oct. 14 to 25:
Chick-fil-A restaurants will collect high-demand relief supplies for flood victims and first responders. On Friday, Oct. 25 from 5 to 8 p.m., each restaurant will host a Spirit Night fundraiser, donating a percentage of all sales to our efforts. The Chick-fil-A® Foundation – the company’s charitable giving arm – will match all funds raised on Oct. 25 up to $25,000.
Customers who wish to donate supplies for disaster relief are encouraged to choose from the following:
- Consumer gift cards for displaced families
- New rubber work gloves (all sizes)
- New rubber boots (all sizes)
All items collected from the drive will go directly to flood victims and first responders.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to all Colorado residents impacted by recent flooding,” said Stevan Stein, franchise Operator of Chick-fil-A in Fort Collins. “Many of our Chick-fil-A team members and customers have been displaced from their homes or directly impacted by flooding, so this really hits home for our Chick-fil-A family. We encourage the community to join us as we raise funds and collect items for the many people recovering from and responding to this disaster.”
“We are honored to partner with Chick-fil-A to help families in Colorado who are recovering from the floods,” said Hal Donaldson, chief executive officer and co-founder of Convoy of Hope. “We are very thankful for Chick-fil-A and its customers for helping us help families in Colorado.”
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