BOULDER — Chick-fil-A has donated $250,000 to two Boulder Valley nonprofits through the company’s True Inspiration Awards.
YMCA of Boulder Valley, which serves more than 50,000 youth, families and adults, will use its $125,000 award “to empower future generations and further promote environmental awareness and stewardship,” according to a press statement announcing the grants.
Project Sanctuary, which provides mental health services to veterans, spouses, caregivers and children, will use its $125,000 grant to “support therapeutic retreats for military and veteran families, continuing their mission to heal any traumatic effects of military service for all,” according to the press statement.
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Collectively, 51 nonprofits across North America, including Canada and Puerto Rico, received $5.48 million, marking Chick-fil-A’s most substantial True Inspiration Awards donation — in total amount and number of organizations recognized.