Chick-fil-A to quadruple donations to Black nonprofits, CEO calls on empathy after vandalism

Chick-fil-A is quadrupling down on its attention to tackle racial injustice. The Atlanta-based chicken chain said it’s adding $5 million worth of grants to its seventh-annual True Inspiration Awards, with the money going to nonprofits that are Black-led and those serving the Black community. Last year, the company donated a combined $1.2 million in grants to nonprofits for the awards meant to continue Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy’s legacy of “generosity, community service and dedication.”…

Chick-fil-A is quadrupling down on its attention to tackle racial injustice. The Atlanta-based chicken chain said it’s adding $5 million worth of grants to its seventh-annual True Inspiration Awards, with the money going to nonprofits that are Black-led and those serving the Black community. Last year, the company donated a combined $1.2 million in grants to nonprofits for the awards meant to continue Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy’s legacy of “generosity, community service and dedication.”…

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