Tri-State-Area Chick-fil-A® Restaurants Host Mobile Means More Fundraiser to Support Covenant House
We’re excited to share that once again, Chick-fil-A® restaurants in the Tri-State area are teaming up for Mobile Means More, a month-long fundraiser during February to support Covenant House’s mission of providing unconditional love and absolute respect to hundreds of thousands of young people facing homelessness and survivors of human trafficking.
The Chick-fil-A Tri-State campaign, Mobile Means More, lives up to its name. For each mobile order placed on the Chick-fil-A® App during the month of February, Tri-State Chick-fil-A® restaurants will donate a portion of proceeds from mobile orders to support providing meals for youth at Covenant House New York and Covenant House New Jersey.
“We are proud to come together in support of Covenant House, an incredible organization that serves youth experiencing homelessness in our community,” said Rich Beattie, local restaurant Operator of Chick-fil-A Danbury Fair Mall. “We hope our neighbors will show their support by placing a mobile order and enjoying a meal for a cause.”
For half a century, Covenant House has provided programs, services, and relentless support to more than 1.5 million young people facing homelessness and survivors of trafficking. Last year, Covenant House reached 43,000 young people across 6 countries and provided 1.6 million meals to young people. Meanwhile, Chick-fil-A Tri-State restaurants have been proud partners throughout this journey since 2019.
Covenant House is grateful to the Chick-fil-A Tri-State Operators, teams, and their loyal customers for supporting our youth in New York and New Jersey as they create their own path to independence.