More than $51,000 is making its way to families in need, thanks to a donation by Publix Super Markets and the Food For All Campaign. Publix representatives presented MUST Ministries with a $26,413.73 check for MUST-™s work in Cherokee County (photo) and another check for $25,000 for work in Cobb County.
Publix Super Markets raised a total of $1.4 million in its Food For All Campaign in December 2016, which allowed Publix customers and associates to purchase $1, $3 or $5 donation coupons during checkout. Those proceeds were distributed to 60 nonprofit organizations in Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee.
Brenda Reid, Publix media and community relations manager said, -úThanks to the generosity of our customers and the enthusiasm of our associates the campaign is helping to make a difference in the lives of so many in the communities we serve.-Ě
With 1,145 stores in six states, Publix has been named one of Fortune-™s -ú100 Best Companies to Work for in America-Ě for 20 consecutive years. The Food For All campaign focuses on the fight against hunger.
You can join Publix and make a difference for your neighbors in need by clicking here to donate.