Chick-fil-A + The Greg Hill Foundation

Community Heroes Program

Is there someone in your community who is an unsung hero and deserves recognition? Maybe it’s someone who goes above and beyond through acts of kindness, performed a selfless act of courage or is known for uplifting the community. We’d love to learn of them and their story and give them the support they deserve! Nominate them for the Community Heroes Award presented by The Greg Hill Foundation & Chick-fil-A today.

Nomination Form

Official Rules

Open to residents of Massachusetts & New Hampshire. Nominations are open now and accepted on a rolling basis.

Our Community Heroes

Find past Community Hero Award recipients from Chick-fil-A and The Greg Hill Foundation. Hear their stories of why they are unsung heroes in the community and have been recognized as a Community Hero.

Recent Recipients

Michael Foley

Kim D'Amato

Ray Keefe

Jay Barnes

Chick-fil-A’s founder S. Truett Cathy believed a “great company is a caring company” and his vision of caring for others continues to inspire us today. We strive to put people first in all we do by cultivating a positive work environment where people feel known and cared for. We seek to have a positive impact in our communities by strengthening the cities and neighborhoods we serve. We strive to create a quality, meaningful Customer experience by serving great food people can feel good about. And, we work to sustain a happy, healthy future by acting as good stewards of the planet we share. That’s why Chick-fil-A’s approach to Corporate Social Responsibility focuses on four pillars: Caring for people, caring for our communities, caring for others through our food, and caring for our planet.

The Greg Hill Foundation responds to immediate requests for assistance, to improve the lives of local families touched by tragedy, through matching the charitable donation of Greg’s media audience.

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