According to the recent news, Kroger is helping and funding to help those affected by the warehouse fire was set up two weeks ago. (You can even donate to help the survivors and victims link is given below).
While, the Tragedies will be two weeks old tomorrow. The healing process continues. With the shooting of the warehouse in Oconomowoc still fresh on many minds. Now, Roundy’s creates a fund for victims and survivors, starting with a $ 1 million donation from its parent company, Kroger.
Here is the statement by the company they stated that “This fund is intended for the families of the victims and others who have been closely affected by the tragedy,” said Jim Hyland of Roundy’s Public Affairs.
In addition, Police say 39-year-old Kevin Schneider from Milwaukee and 51-year-old Kevin Kloth from Germantown were shot dead by coworker Fraron Cornelius, 41, from Wauwatosa. Cornelius later died of wounds. The Waukesha County Mayor’s Department continues to investigate. The motive behind this incident remains unknown. Hyland said: “The consultation has continued since the tragedy and will continue as long as necessary.” Hyland hopes to grow the fund through customer and community donations. GoFundMe is created and you can also send a donation via text message.
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Furthermore, a separate third-party group – the National Sympathy Fund – will manage the money. Hyland says the Cornelius family will also be eligible to receive some of the money raised.
Now, if you are wondering how you can donate? Well, you can donate at the Generous assistants, clients, and other partners who wish to help can apply directly at https://www.gofundme.com/roundys-victims-fund or a text to submit on 243725
Recording of donations raised via Round Up, from now until April 30, at Pick ‘n Save, Metro Market and Mariano will be directed to the fund from Zero Hunger | Zero Waste Foundation. Don’t forget to share this with your friends and family.