SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – After devastating flooding hit Siouxland in March, the Chick-fil-A restaurants in Sioux City wanted to lend a helping hand.
On Wednesday they presented a check for $4,141 to the Salvation Army to help aid in flood relief.
The Salvation Army says they plan to use the money towards their Disaster Resource Center.
“After the flooding that happened, we decided that with all the people we were seeing affected by this, that we had no choice but to step up, and do what we could to support in any little way that we could,” said Chad Eisenga, Owner of Chick-fil-A on Sergeant Road in Sioux City.
The Disaster Resource Center is open Monday through Friday at 1415 Villa Avenue. There you can pick up cleaning supplies or food if you’ve been affected by the flooding.