Employees at Chick-fil-A hosted a donation drive for winter clothing items at their Cinco Ranch, Mason Road, and Katy Green locations to benefit Hope Impacts.
KATY MAGAZINE NEWS
January 2, 2018
Hope Impacts, a Katy-based nonprofit that provides hope and resources to homeless, helpless, and under resourced people in the Katy community, was blessed this week by three Chick-fil-A branches in Katy, owned and operated by Rusty Wylie.
Winter clothes for Katy's homeless
All three locations hosted a drive at their annual Christmas party; contributing socks, beanies, gloves, hats, underwear, and other items that homeless or underprivileged Katy souls desperately need during winter months.
"We love Chick Fil A and our community! Its a honor to serve with you all," said director Tina Hatcher.
Chick-fil-A in the community
For updates on free family fun and to follow what Chick-fil-A Cinco Ranch, Mason Road, and Katy Green are doing in Katy, visit their website.
Learn more about Hope Impacts here.