Chick-Fil-A To Benefit Homeless Shelter
Chick-fil-A is teaming with local Christian rock band Divine Attraction to help the Santa Clarita Valley Emergency Winter Shelter during this busy season.
The shelter, located on Drayton Street in Saugus, averages 50 clients per night and is currently in need of several items.
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On February 7 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Chick-fil-A will donate 15 percent of every purchase to the shelter when presented with this flier.
The shelter expanded last year with additional cots, but now needs help acquiring the proper amenities to keep it up and running.
“Chick-fil-A is pleased to partner with the SCV Emergency Winter Shelter, as it has with nearly 50 non-profit organizations and schools since it opened in July, 2010,” said Restaurant Owner Dustin LaChance. “We care deeply about four things at Chick-fil-A of Valencia: great food, our wonderful employees, the humorously serious cause of the Chick-fil-A ‘EAT MOR CHIKIN’ Cow and a campaign to generously develop influence within the community.”
The event will also feature a raffle and prizes.
During and after their set, Divine Attraction will sell merchandise to benefit the shelter. Check out some of the band’s music here.
Fliers are also available at santaclaritashelter.com or on site at 23031 Drayton Street in Saugus.