Chick-fil-A Cows Brighten Spirits at Hospital on Christmas Eve
The Chick-fil-A Cows and a large group of Chick-fil-A "Raving Fans" delivered more than 275 meals to the patients at Saint Francis on Christmas Eve. And perhaps the neatest surprise of all was that the meals were paid for by Chick-fil-A customers.
"I'm a firm believer that people inherently want to help each other, but they want the easiest way they can do it," says Arthur Greeno, Owner/Operator of the Eastside Market Chick-fil-A. "At Christmas, we provide opportunities for guests to purchase meals for children at the hospital and people in homeless shelters throughout Tulsa. It's convenient and it's not very expensive at $5.50 a meal."
Arthur and his team do the same at Thanksgiving for the homeless of the city. This year they provided close to 3,000 meals to homeless people in shelters throughout the greater Tulsa metropolitan area.
"We've been doing this for about four or five years now," Arthur says. "Every year it just gets bigger and bigger and bigger!"
A Charitable Chick-fil-A
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