SpartanNash companywide scan campaign to fight hunger raised $278,105 for more than 100 local food pantries and food banks in eight states
WHAT: A special check presentation for $4,400, which will support Community Action House.
WHO: D&W Fresh Market Holland Store Director Emily Goodrow; Community Action House staff, volunteers, and board; and store guests and associates of D&W Fresh Market Holland and Family Fare Butternut.
WHERE: D&W Fresh Market, located at 50 Douglas Avenue in Holland.
WHEN: Friday, Dec. 7 at 9 a.m.
WHY: Together with its store guests and company associates, the SpartanNash Foundation’s retail scan campaign to end hunger raised $278,105 on behalf of more than 100 local food pantries and food banks in Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
Between Oct. 24 and Nov. 4, store guests who visited any participating SpartanNash-owned retail store or fuel center in eight states had the opportunity to donate $1, $5 or $10 at any checkout lane, supporting local food pantries and food banks in the communities where the funds were raised.
The D&W Fresh Market Holland and Family Fare Butternut supported Community Action House during the scan to fight hunger, raising $4,400, which will support an average of 800 meals provided every day through the nonprofit's hunger relief programs.