Chick-fil-A opened Sunday to cook for Orlando blood donors

If there is one fast food chain restaurant that follows its own religious beliefs, it is the popular southern chicken restaurant chain Chick-fil-A. Just a few years ago, the chain made it very clear that they were against same-sex marriage, due to the Christian views of their founder Truett Cathy.

One other thing the restaurant believes in is keeping the Sabbath Day holy as they have always closed their doors on Sundays so employees can attend church services. However, one location made an exception this past weekend as a community rallied together.

On Sunday, just hours after the tragic mass shooting at Pulse nightclub which left 49 people dead and 53 more injured, a handful of employees went to work and cooked up sandwiches and brewed gallons of sweet tea to hand out to those waiting in line to donate blood.

This is certainly a great thing for this restaurant to do for its city. Orlando was rocked by this tragic attack and it has brought the city closer than ever before.

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