Salvation Army Fires Back After Chick-fil-A Ends Partnership with the American Charity

Not long after the Salvation Army bell ringers began their volunteer work this morning, Chick-fil-A announced it would no longer be partnering with the beloved and iconic American charity.

The decision from the Atlanta-based restaurant chain, whose core mission is “to glorify God,” came the same day the Salvation Army kicked off its 129th Red Kettle Campaign, an annual initiative synonymous with the holiday season in the U.S.

Salvation Army Fires Back After Chick-fil-A Ends Partnership with the American Charity

 

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