Chick-fil-A Releases Newest Global Impact Report

Chick-Fil-A Restaurant

ATLANTA — Chick-fil-A has released its latest Global Impact Report, which highlights the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitments and progress in its four focus areas: Caring for our People, Caring for our Communities, Caring for Others through Food and Caring for our Planet.

The company’s 2025 CSR goals include impacting more than 50,000 restaurant team members through education initiatives, providing 200 million meals throughout the communities it serves, providing more than three million people with resources that support economic mobility and diverting more than 25 million pounds of food waste from landfills.

Other notable efforts across the company’s four CSR focus areas include:

Caring for our People

  • Awarded US$25 million in Chick-fil-A Remarkable Futures Scholarships to 13,000 team members in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, which the company recently exceeded in 2024.
  • Raised nearly US$375,000 for the Chick-fil-A Together Fund to assist members of the Chick-fil-A community in times of need.
  • Supported local owner-operators as they hosted Engage event for more than 4,000 team members in six U.S. cities.

Caring for our Communities

  • Presented US$25,000 each to the 13 inaugural Chick-fil-A Community Scholars recipients.
  • Awarded a record-breaking US$5.4 million in True Inspiration Awards grants to local non-profits in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
  • Empowered 560,000 students through our partnership with Junior Achievement.
  • Helped 33,000 Chick-fil-A Leader Academy students create impact through action during the 2023-2024 school year.
  • Supported the advancement of hundreds of non-profits through the Chick-fil-A Impact Accelerator.

Caring for Others through our Food

  • Helped create more than seven million meals from surplus food donated by participating restaurants in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico through the Chick-fil-A Shared Table program.
  • Activated to provide food for first responders and community members impacted by natural disasters.

Caring for our Planet

  • Expanded composting programs at restaurants across the U.S. and Canada.
  • Recycled used cooking oil from more than 1,680 participating restaurants into the manufacture of renewable diesel fuel.
  • Partnered with the National Park Foundation in the U.S. to support their Open OutDoors for Kids program.

The full report can be accessed here.

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