On Monday, the Daily Zeid announced that its favorite fast-food chain Chic-A was stopping their donations to left-wing charities, considered "anti-LGBT":
In an interview with Bisnow, Chick-fil-A President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Tasopoulos announced that the famous fried chicken chain plans to make significant changes to charities they donate, partly because "as we go to new markets, we need to be clear about who we are. "Amid the continuing boycott of a very popular and successful chain of donations to alleged anti-LGBT groups and causes, Tassopoulos has revealed that the company's foundation will no longer donate to some high-profile Christian organizations.
As could be predicted, the move was not enough to calm the reactions of leftist activist groups, the company apparently trying to calm down. The powerful LGBT agenda lobby, GLAAD, has quickly issued a statement condemning Chic-A for allegedly still being LGBT.
"If Chic-A-A is serious about their commitment to stop arming themselves with divisive anti-LGBTQ activists, then further transparency is needed regarding their deep ties to organizations such as Focus Family, which exist purely for to harm LGBTQ people and families, the organization said in a statement.
"If Chic-Hill-A is serious about their commitment to stop arming themselves with divisive anti-LGBTQ activists, then further transparency is needed regarding their deep ties to organizations such as Family Focus, which exist purely for harming LGBTQ people and families " @AndersonDrew https://t.co/0OXfScv1z6
– GLAAD (@glaad) November 18, 2019
"Investors, Chick-Fil-A, employees and customers can welcome today's announcement with cautious optimism," the statement continued, "but you should remember that similar press releases were previously proven blank."
"Despite refraining from financial support from anti-LGBTK organizations, Chick-Fil-A still has no policies to provide safe jobs for LGBTQ employees and should speak out against the anti-LGBTK reputation they represent. brand, ”concludes GLAD.
Speaking about Bisovo, Tasopoulos said the chicken chain would withdraw donations to some Christian charities and give $ 9m to "organizations such as Junior Achievement USA to support education, Covenant House International to fight homelessness and food banks. in the community for her hunger initiative in every city where the chain operates, "the outlet said. In addition, Chic-A will donate $ 25,000 to a local food bank each time they open a new location.
As the Daily Times noted on Monday, despite failing to satisfy groups like "The Left Left," people on the right have expressed their disappointment over the "cave" of the Fick-F-A of anti-Christian pressures.
Following the reaction, the organization released a statement clarifying their humanitarian shift, saying they had no plans to open on Sunday:
Starting in 2020, the Chic-Fil-A Foundation will introduce a more focused approach to giving, donating to a smaller number of organizations working exclusively in the areas of hunger, homelessness and education. We have also proactively disclosed our tax filing for 2018 and a review of gifts for 2019 to date at chick-fil-afoundation.org. The purpose of the Chick-fil-A Foundation's charitable giving is to nurture the potential of every child.
Our goal is to donate to the most effective organizations in the fields of education, homelessness and hunger. No organization will be excluded from future thinking – faith-based or faith-based. I also wanted to add that Chick-fil-A will not open on Sunday.
Related: The Salvation Army has released a statement on the links for the chicks. Pile-Fi-A issues a new statement.