Anderson Chick-Fil-A Hosting Fundraiser For Baby With Deadly Disease

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Three Upstate Chick-Fil-A restaurants are coming together Monday to help out an Anderson county baby fighting a rare deadly disease.

Addie Grace was diagnosed with Krabbe disease when she was 6 months old. Infants with the diagnosis usually don’t live past two years.

The three Chick-Fil-A locations in Anderson are on Clemson Boulevard, Greenville Street and at the Anderson Mall. They are hosting a spirit night for Addie Grace’s family.

The restaurants are donating 10 percent from all sales Monday night to help pay their mounting medical bills.

“We’ve had some struggles with our grandchildren but nothing like this. It’s one thing to be thankful for the things we have. It’s another thing to be grateful and so we believe the definition of being grateful is to do something about it,” said Jon Holmes, Owner and Operator of Anderson Chick-Fil-A.

If you want to go, the fundraiser will last until 8 o’clock Monday night. If you can’t make it, find out how you can help by clicking HERE.

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