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Durham Kroger Customers Donate 1,960 Pounds Of Goods To Food Bank

Kroger in Durham, N.C.

The Kroger Co.  says customers at its Durham, N.C., store on Hillsborough Road donated 1,960 pounds of goods during the “Fill the Bus” food drive at the store last Saturday. The food drive was made possible through a partnership with the Durham Area Transit Authority, and all of the donations will go directly to the local Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina.

The food donated will provide 1,650 meals for area residents in need.
In addition to non-perishable food, the drive collected diapers and wipes, feminine products, hand sanitizers, toothbrushes, soap, shaving products, toilet tissue and paper towels for residents of North Carolina in need of assistance.

“We are glad to be able to support our local community and our local food bank with generous contributions made through our ‘Fill the Bus’ partnership with the Durham Area Transit Authority,” said Carl York, advertising and public relations manager for Kroger’s mid-Atlantic marketing region. “Our customers’ donations made at the food drive reflect our community’s commitment to serve those in need, and we thank everyone who participated and helped volunteer at this wonderful charitable event.”

Kroger operates 14 stores in the Triangle area of North Carolina.

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