As restaurants are closing around the nation and moving to pick up and drive-thru only, Chick-fil-A is giving back to hospital staff across America.
Schools are closed until the middle of April, companies are sending employees home to work from home and remotely. Store shelves are empty in many places, and bars are closed.
Chick-fil-A was as usual ahead of the curve and was the first fast food establishment to close their doors to the public, but move to drive-thru, take out, and delivery only.
Today they’re giving back!
“To support and care for the health and well-being of our Guests and Team members, our dining room seating is temporarily closed,” locations say on the doors.
“Our team is looking forward to serving you in the drive-thru, inside for carryout orders only (placed at the front counter or on the Chick-fil-A app), or at curbside delivery via the Chick-fil-A app. Our operating hours remain Monday through Saturday from 6:30am – 10:00pm.”
Chick-fil-A in Vancouver, Washington this past Saturday delivered 1,000 free meals to a hospital in Washington State fighting the Coronavirus outbreak.
“Today, we were truly honored to partner with PeaceHealth Southwest to serve their fantastic team,” the Chick-fil-A Cascade Park Facebook Page read on March 14th.
“We are so grateful to John Dombroski and his team at Chick-fil-A Cascade Park in Vancouver for delivering and serving 1,000 meals to our hard working caregivers today,” The Peacehealth Medical Center posted.
“Your Kindness in a tough time is appreciated more than you know.”