NASHVILLE (BP) -- On Monday (Nov. 18), the popular U.S. fast food chain, Chick-fil-A, Inc., announced a new policy concerning its charitable giving to take effect in 2020. It will will focus the company's charitable donations on the areas of hunger, homelessness and education.
Chick-fil-A Inc. said its philanthropic arm will not donate next year to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes or the Salvation Army — which espouse or have been linked to anti-LGBTQ stances — as the chain of chicken restaurants continues to face public pressure about its
Decisions by the San Antonio City Council and Buffalo, New York to exclude Chick-Fil-A from their airports over opposition to same-sex marriage has gotten the attention of the Department of Transportation.
Cynthia Newman, former dean of Rider University's College of Business Administration, resigned saying the school's decision to not consider bringing Chick-fil-A to campus because of its opposition to the LGBTQ community conflicted with her faith and Christian values.