Salvation Army Boasts of Service to ‘LGBTQ Community’ After Chick-fil-A Discontinues Donations to Refocus Giving

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Salvation Army has released a statement boasting of its service to the “LGBTQ community” as information came to light this week that the popular chicken chain Chick-fil-A decided last year to discontinue giving to the organization, as well as to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Some outlets suspect that Chick-fil-A pulled its funding following pressure from homosexual advocates who deemed The Salvation Army and others to be anti-homosexual, but the company asserts that it simply decided to “deepen its giving to a smaller number of organizations working exclusively in the areas of education, homelessness and hunger.”

However, it was reported in March that Chick-fil-A discontinued giving to the Paul Anderson Youth Home two years ago over a blog post deemed to run contrary to “Chick-fil-A’s commitment to creating a welcoming environment to all.”

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