As we all know that Kroger, which is the largest grocery chains in United States have just announced that they’ll be donating generously to this cause. Here’s the complete details. The new center will be on the non-profit Rhoadmiller Street site.
Here’s the official statement “Our partnership with Feed More is very important to the Kroger Team and our company’s commitment to Zero Hunger Zero Waste,” said Alison McGee, Corporate Affairs Director at Kroger Mid-Atlantic.
“With the recent relocation of the Mid-Atlantic division office to Richmond, we wanted to make a big gift for Feed More that would allow them to better receive, process and filter food.”
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In addition, the new center will be called the Kroger Donation Center. When Kroger says” Zero Hunger Zero Waste, “said Jeff Wilklow, development director at Feed More,” they mean it. ” “From grants for our agency network, to funding for our mobile provisions program, and now an upgrade to our donation center, they are proving time and time again that they are committed partners in our fight against hunger.” Kroger has supported Mid-Atlantic Feed More for nearly 20 years with financial and food donations. Now, what are your thoughts on it? Let us know in the comment section below!