Ultra Foods customers donate funds to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
CHICAGO — Jan. 19, 2017 — Ultra Foods, in partnership with the nonprofit organization Making Change®, presented a check for more than $13,000 to the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer today.
The funds were raised in October 2016 during the ‘Because Every Life Matters’ breast cancer awareness point-of-purchase fundraiser in Ultra Foods stores across Chicago.
“We are grateful to the many customers that donated and showed support for those affected by breast cancer,” said Chris Bengtson, vice president, public relations and community affairs, Ultra Foods. “We are certain that the funds raised during the ‘Because Every Life Matters’ campaign will postively impact those battling the disease.”
The campaign featured pink boards stocked with $1, $3 and $5 donation coupons at checkout stands at Strack and Van Til’s Riverfront Plaza location and all 11 Chicagoland Ultra Foods stores. Customers donated by selecting a coupon in the desired denomination and handing it to the cashier to be scanned. The 100 percent tax-deductible donation appeared on their final bill.
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Making Change’s holiday campaign is in full swing! When you shop @ any of these fine retailers now through January 7, donate $1, $3 or $5 at the checkout stand and support community non-profit organizations. Donations are 100% tax-deductible, and the retailers determine which worthy non-profits they’d like to fund with the program proceeds.
Adams Hometown Markets
Associated Wholesale Grocers
Dorothy Lane Market
Fresh Encounter (Community Markets, Great Scot Community Markets, Sack ‘N Save Supermarket, Chief, King Saver)
Grand Union Family Markets
Greenbelt Co-op Supermarket & Pharmacy
Pennington Quality Market
Pete’s Fresh Market
Kicking off November 1 through December 26, Family Dollar stores nationwide are running a campaign to support local and regional Boys & Girls Clubs! Support these efforts by donating $1, $3 or $5 at the register every time you shop. Donations are 100% tax-deductible. Lend a hand this holiday season!
The October 2016 Breast Cancer Awareness campaign is in full swing!
From June 1 – September 1, 2016, all Dorothy Lane Markets, Mollie Stone’s Markets, Adam’s Hometown Markets and Draeger’s Markets will be running point-of-purchase campaigns to benefit locally-selected hunger relief organizations! The Hunger is No Picnic & Hunger Knows No Season programs feature colorful boards and $1, $3 and $5 donation coupons, stationed at checkout stands. Customers can support the fundraisers by handing a coupon to the cashier to scan, and the amount will be added to their grocery bill.
Lend a hand to a hungry neighbor in need this summer!