Costa Mesa-based DealGooder is teaming up with the Chick-fil-A located at Bristol and MacArthur this month to benefit several Orange County nonprofit organizations. The deals website will donate profits from its sales throughout the month, as well as support the delivery of hot meals to O.C.’s underserved.
For the month of December, DealGooder is featuring Chick-fil-A’s “Give the Gift of Food” campaign as its featured nonprofit. As a benefit of the partnership, 50 percent of each deal sold throughout the month will be donated to the campaign, benefiting Human Options, SPIN (Serving People In Need) and the Orange County Rescue Mission. For every $5 contributed to the campaign, Chick-fil-A will deliver a meal consisting of a hot original chicken sandwich, a bag of chips and a brownie.
Chick-fil-A is also featured on the DealGooder site as today's deal of the day. One hundred percent of the profits from this deal are being donated to the campaign, which directly benefits the Orange County nonprofits. On top of that, Chick-fil-A is matching DealGooder’s donation to the campaign, dollar for dollar.
“DealGooder is serious about giving back to the local Orange County community, and we have found an amazing partner with Chick-fil-A, who has elevated our giving to a whole new level. Our hope is to help Chick-fil-A feed over 30,000 people a hot, hand-delivered meal this holiday,” said DealGooder co-founder Cara Mungo. “DealGooder’s mission is to have fun, do good and help others and with the generousity of Chick-fil-A; we are dealing some good this holiday season, one hot meal at a time.”
Today’s deal offers $4 for two Chick-fil-A Deluxe Entrees (ordinarily an $8 value) or $46 for two medium Chick-n-Strips or Nuggets Catering Trays (normally a $95 value) at the Chick-fil-A restaurant located at Bristol & MacArthur at Costa Mesa. For more information about the “Give the Gift of Food” campaign or DealGooder’s partnership with Chick-fil-A, visit the DealGooder website.
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