Healthcare workers around the nation are the true heroes during this global pandemic. They’re working around the clock trying to fight the virus and care for their patients.
And a church in Canton, Georgia decided came up with a clever way to honor the doctors and nurses at a local hospital.
The congregation of Revolution Church pooled their Chick-fil-A points to purchase some 500 chicken sandwiches for doctors and nurses at Northside Hospital Cherokee and Piedmont Mountainside Hospital.
Chick-fil-A points are received by customers after purchasing items from the restaurant and can be redeemed to purchase more food items.
“It started with the Chick-fil-A points. We started asking just our staff at church, and then it ran to just our team members and then it just expanded from there and blew up on social media because everybody is looking for a way to help right now” church member Rachel Reeves told Fox 5 in Atlanta.
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“Revolution Church really focuses on life on a mission which means helping the community you’re in. So, we really try to pour into those communities and help wherever we can, whatever needs we can meet…we meet,” said Rachel.
Reeves is still taking points, if you would like to donate, go to your Chick-fil-A app, find the Rewards tab, click Redeem, choose the Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, and then choose gift to a friend. Her email is [email protected].
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