As usual, Chick-fil-A delivers for its community. Despite being under attack by the gay left for being a Christian-owned business, that same Christian sensibility makes this company an important and compassionate partner with every community they serve.

Via Charlotte Observer.

Chick-fil-A, known for being closed on Sundays, opened some of its Orlando-area restaurants this past Sunday to serve food to those providing assistance following the early morning massacre at the Pulse nightclub.

The Atlanta-based chain didn’t say how many of its restaurants opened that day but did confirm several employees were out serving, an Orlando Fox affiliate reported.

They passed out iced tea and sandwiches to those waiting in line to donate blood, as well as to law enforcement officials who responded to the scene, Fox said.

“We are appalled by the senseless crime that was committed this weekend, but we are part of a community that stands strong and stands together,” one local Chick-fil-A wrote on its Facebook page Monday, adding that it was donating chicken biscuits and orange juice that morning to police, first responders and firefighters.


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