Photo: Chick-fil-A restaurants raise $31,000 to prevent child abuse in Arizona

Chick-fil-A restaurants throughout Arizona have raised $31,000 earmarked to help stop child abuse via a statewide “Brownie for Benefits” fundraiser. Participating locations donated proceeds from each chocolate fudge brownie they sold from Oct. 10-15, 2022. The check was presented by Sarah Rodriguez, local restaurant operator of Chick-fil-A at Prescott Valley Crossroads, to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCAAZ). She is a team member who is passionate about the cause and serves at the Chick-fil-A location that sold the most brownies during the fundraiser. 
Pictured are Shirley Morquecho, office manager at Family Advocacy Center, Christi Stephens, victim advocate at Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Jaclyn Bariffi, victim advocate at Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Mackenzie Salas, victim advocate at Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Mellisa Scribner, kitchen director at Chick-fil-A in Avondale, Love Moreno, employee trainer at Chick-fil-A in Avondale, Jeanie Rohrer, area marketing director for Chick-fil-A Arizona, Sarah Rodriquez, owner of Chick-fil-A in Prescott Valley, Bruce Ploeser, owner of Chick-fil-A in Avondale and Goodyear, Clair Louge, executive director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, and Sarah Rivas, from Prevent Child Abuse Arizona. (Chik-fil-A/Courtesy)

Chick-fil-A restaurants throughout Arizona have raised $31,000 earmarked to help stop child abuse via a statewide “Brownie for Benefits” fundraiser. Participating locations donated proceeds from each chocolate fudge brownie they sold from Oct. 10-15, 2022. The check was presented by Sarah Rodriguez, local restaurant operator of Chick-fil-A at Prescott Valley Crossroads, to Prevent Child Abuse Arizona (PCAAZ). She is a team member who is passionate about the cause and serves at the Chick-fil-A location that sold the most brownies during the fundraiser. Pictured are Shirley Morquecho, office manager at Family Advocacy Center, Christi Stephens, victim advocate at Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Jaclyn Bariffi, victim advocate at Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Mackenzie Salas, victim advocate at Yavapai Family Advocacy Center, Mellisa Scribner, kitchen director at Chick-fil-A in Avondale, Love Moreno, employee trainer at Chick-fil-A in Avondale, Jeanie Rohrer, area marketing director for Chick-fil-A Arizona, Sarah Rodriquez, owner of Chick-fil-A in Prescott Valley, Bruce Ploeser, owner of Chick-fil-A in Avondale and Goodyear, Clair Louge, executive director of Prevent Child Abuse Arizona, and Sarah Rivas, from Prevent Child Abuse Arizona. (Chik-fil-A/Courtesy)

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