This Week's Chick-fil-A School Supply Incentive

Valid through Saturday, August 5th
Chick-fil-A Cape Cod is offering free items to patrons who donate school supply items during August

This week only and valid only at Chick-fil-A Cape Cod - donate two items from Chick-fil-A's "School Supply Wish List" and get a free medium waffle fry.

Franchise owner Annemarie Reissner is partnering with the Masonic Angel Foundation's "Beehive School Tools" program to provide additional school supplies for students at Hyannis West Elementary School.  All school supply items brought in by customers will be donated to Hyannis West.  Those items not needed by HyWest or perhaps more appropriate for older children will be given by HyWest to other public schools in the Barnstable district.

Customers may bring in any two items from the list below to receive their free medium waffle fry.  All items should be new-in-the-package.

Chick-fil-A "Wish List":

  • Package of #2 pencils
  • Hard shell pencil box
  • Package of erasers
  • Hand pencil sharpener
  • Ruler
  • Spiral notebooks
  • Package of crayons
  • Packge of colored pencils

The Masons are in their fourth year of providing school supply kits.  This year they will deliver 1,000 kits to schools from Wellfleet to Barnstable.

The school supply collection project is just one of many initiatives Ms. Reissner has planned.  Chick-fil-A Cape Cod is in its first year of operation and has already made its mark by announcing a $16 per hour starting wage.  The francise is working to partner with local non-profits and businesses to support good works in the community.


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