Popular restaurant chain steps up to plate during pandemic
As restaurants across the globe shut their doors due to the coronavirus, Chick-fil-A locations are adapting to help those in need during the pandemic.
“To support and care for the health & well-being of our Guests and Team Members, our dining room seating is temporarily closed,” the Cascade Park location posted on Facebook.
“Our team is looking forward to serving you in the drive-thru, inside for carryout orders only (placed at the front counter or on the Chick-fil-A App), or at curbside delivery via the Chick-fil-A App.”
“Our operating hours remain the same, Monday – Saturday, 6:30 am – 10:00 pm.”
To help with people in quarantine, the Chick-fil-A app also added delivery as an option.
“Off to the next delivery,” they shared on March 14.
“Did you know that we deliver not only food but a great attitude? It comes free with a smile on the side.”
On Saturday, the Chick-fil-A Cascade Park location gave free meals to local healthcare providers.
“Today, we were truly honored to partner with PeaceHealth Southwest to serve their fantastic team,” the Chick-fil-A Cascade Park Facebook.
“We are so grateful to John Dombroski and his team at Chick-fil-A Cascade Park in Vancouver for delivering and serving 1,000 meals to our hard-working caregivers today,” the PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center posted.
“Your kindness in a tough time is appreciated more than you can know.”
Some of the health center employees were in tears over the charitable delivery, KATU reported.
Many people comments on the medical center’s post:
“So cool,” wrote one person.
“PEACEHEALTH great place to work, I love all the people I work with. Thanks, CF, for the wonderful token.”
“Thank you so much, Chic fil a,” wrote another.
“[W]e are all so appreciative of your kindness! it was delicious and brightened our work day!”
In a time of uncertainty, the restaurant stepped up to the plate.