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How Do We Achieve This Goal?

We do this by having a positive influence on youth in our communities by supporting innovative education, youth entrepreneurship, and leadership.

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True Inspiration Awards
True Inspiration Awards

$1.2M

Awarded to 22 Nonprofits

True Inspiration Awards

Recognizing outstanding community organizations that honor Truett Cathy's legacy

Mr. Cathy was known to ask a simple question: “Why not your very best?” This question guided him as a husband, a father and a businessman—it also guided his work in the community. With a passionate belief in the unlimited potential of every child, he dedicated his life to inspiring and challenging young people to be their very best, too. In 2015, the Chick-fil-A Foundation established The True Inspiration Awards to honor Mr. Cathy’s legacy. Each year, we celebrate organizations from across the country who embody his spirit of service and exist, like us, to help every child become all they were created to be.
Joshua Paul, Sacramento, California

Programs like this are why I'm proud to be a Chick-fil-A Operator

Joshua Paul, Sacramento, California

Our Staff Loves Getting Involved

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284
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Atlanta's Westside

Our hope to shape the future of Atlanta begins here.

Once a shining beacon of the civil rights movement, Atlanta’s historically rich Westside is, today, one of the most violent neighborhoods in the country. Here, more than one-third of the homes stand vacant. What’s worse: Over 60 percent of children under the age of 18 live in poverty. It’s time for a change. As part of the Westside Future Fund, the Chick-fil- A Foundation is joining other local businesses and organizations to reinvest in and reimagine the community. Together, we will work to secure a stronger, healthier future for the families, schools and businesses who call the Westside home.
Discover Atlanta's Westside
60%
children under 18 living in poverty
33%
homes standing vacant
Junior Achievement

140,000

Students reached in 2015

Junior Achievement

Inspiring young people to success in a global economy.

That's what Junior Achievement (JA) does every day. Through partnerships with local businesses and organizations like the Chick-fil-A Foundation, JA works to expand youth education and economic development in communities around the world, reaching more than 10 million young people every year. By showing children the connection between their education and their future career success, JA is building the next generation of achievers - and we're proud to play a part.
Truett Cathy

There's a solution to every problem

Truett Cathy