Kroger, Tyrod Taylor Foundation Team Up to Hand Out 100 Thanksgiving Meals

Kroger, Tyrod Taylor Foundation Team Up to Hand Out 100 Thanksgiving Meals

According to Hampton, Va. (Wavy), The Bock was wrapped around with cars of community members who were parked closely for the free Thanksgiving meals on Monday afternoon. 

Hundreds of turkeys along with a bag full of fixings were submitted to the community at Darling Stadium in Hampton. As a preventive action due to COVID-19, all goods were handed over through drive-through in order to maintain social distancing. 

A resident of Hampton, Ray Cuffy said; “I think it’s great, wonderful, and it is a blessing,”

This could not be done without the partnership of Kroger and the Tyrod Taylor Foundation

Trina Taylor, Tyrod’s mom has said; “Tyrod Taylor’s Foundation is all about community so being able to give back and that’s what we do,” 

Individually, trunks were popped and chips in rushed to fill them.

Network individuals exploited the liberality, saying something positive like this is actually what’s required at the present time. 

A Hampton resident, George Kelley said; “It’s a blessing for the community. There’s a whole lot of people struggling of course. A whole lot of people dying from this virus,”

Another Thanksgiving meal is planned on Tuesday in case you missed the opportunity at the Boys and Girls Club, 1815 Shell Road in Hampton.


The 69,275 sq-foot that was previously owned by Kroger shopping center in Sterling Height has now declared the property of DealPoint Merrill LLC. The corner of the Dequindre having space of near to seven acres and 18 Mile roads is declared the ownership of DealPoint.

The construction idea of DealPoint is to redevelop the 138,000 square-foot area. The complete details of the project are not disclosed yet.

CEO DealPoint Merrill’s David Frank worked on negotiating the prices whereas president of the company Sterling McGregor is handling the efforts and finance issue. Both the parties didn’t disclose at what price the deal was closed.


Kroger has started a campaign with the name Feed the Hungry which ends on 31st December 2020. The campaign aims to send nutritious and durable food to food banks of America and different other organizations.

Koger has defined various ways for donations. One of which is shopper donation. The number of shoppers denoted will be replaced by various food items. These food items include juice, beans, peanut butter, oats, and canned veggies.

Buckets will be positioned in numerous stores for the collection of donations.

Regarding the campaign, Koger’s cooperate affair manager of Mid Atlantic Allison McGee gave an explanation. He tells that the campaign’s aim is to make it easier for people to denote as much as they can for those who are in need. This will help to make society healthier. Moreover, he praised his customer saying that they have always shown generosity and compassion in the time of need. Also, he hopes that with its customer’s help the campaign will be successful as like every year before.

These gifts and donations will promote the feeling of love and care between the different communities. And will result in a healthier environment.

Kroger has been doing this campaign for a long time. Its campaign Feed the Hungry is a fragment of Kroger’s Zero Hunger. This Kroger’s Zero Hunger is also called the Zero Waste Initiative.

Kroger has a mission to eliminate hunger from communities that it facilitates. The other mission it has is to remove waste by the year 2025.


To supply the highest quality of education to their students, teachers don’t hesitate to do expenses from their own pockets. But it’s no more going to be the case with the teachers of Richmond County School System.

This is because Kroger has come up with a plan to send gift cards worth $10000 to help these teachers maintain the quality standards for their students without sacrificing their own money. As reported by the administration of the school, it has suffered a lot financially during this quarantine.

Moreover, they also explained the financial issues faced by parents during this time. They are struggling to meet their expenses, as a result of which the education of their children might be endangered.

It’s not just about this year, like Kroger, every tear supplies Richmond County School System with a lot of stuff related to a school’s necessities.

These gift cards are sent in terms of money to the teachers so that they can spend them where they think it is needed. It will benefit the students as well as their surrounding that will help them to be a better person.

However, the main ambition of Kroger is to fulfill the school supply requirements of the school. So, it makes it less difficult for the teachers to manage things during this pandemic.

The Richmond County School System’s administration and staff thanked Kroger for the financial assistance they provided them to maintain the school’s standard in this pandemic.