Chick-Fil-A locations in Springfield have announced they will be working with the Salvation Army to give a final push to the charity’s Red Kettle campaign.
The Salvation Army is currently at 75% of their annual Red Kettle Campaign, or $752,365, and Chick-fil-A is hoping to be able to get the organization to their goal.
The Chick-fil-A locations on South Glenstone and West Sunshine will donate 20% of every purchase to the Salvation Army on January 16th when customers mention the Salvation Army.
The stores will then continue collecting funds for the Army through Saturday, January 25th.
The funds collected by the Salvation Army in their campaign fund the organization’s Food Pantry, nightly shelter at the Family Enrichment Center and Harbor House.
In 2019, the Army provided 14,887 nights of shelter and care to area homeless.