The Chick-fil-A off Highway 34 in Loveland is shutting down and renovating, so to clear their inventory they partnered with Rez.Church to donate their food to local hospitals.

According to a YouTube video posted yesterday by Rez. Church, the fast-food restaurant served 100 meals each to UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital, UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies and the Emergency Department with UCHealth on Harmony.

When thanked for their generosity, Todd Orlando, the restaurant operator at the Loveland location, said:

"Our pleasure! We're excited to help our healthcare workers and this is on behalf of all Chick-fil-A's in Northern Colorado. This isn't about anything else, ya know, except loving on those healthcare professionals that are helping us out. So glad to partner with Rez on this mission."

Liz Hollowell, the regional director of hospitality services for UCHealth said:

"I'll tell you what, our community is so nice."

It's always heartening to see our community coming together in times of crisis, see the full video chronicling Rez. Church's deliveries below.