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Cardenas Markets Begins Program For National Nonprofit Day

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Ontario, California-based The Cardenas Markets Foundation is celebrating National Nonprofit Day on Aug. 17 by launching the Cardenas CARES Community Giving Program. 

Upon checkout, customers will have the opportunity to donate $1, $3 or $5 to the foundation. Funds raised through the Cardenas CARES program will benefit nonprofits in its local communities. 

In addition, by requesting a brochure from a store director, nonprofits seeking support from the Cardenas Markets Foundation will find the company’s giving guidelines and criteria. 

“Our customers are like family, and they can always count on us to be there for them,” said Adam Salgado, foundation president and the company’s CMO. “Not only are we committed to providing fresh offerings and an authentic shopping experience, we are also dedicated to providing unwavering community support.”  

The Cardenas Markets Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports the needs of the company’s local communities. This is achieved by providing funds to organizations that support and advance health initiatives, children’s well-being programs, hunger relief efforts and educational opportunities.

Cardenas Markets operates 51 stores under the company’s banner, seven under the Los Altos Ranch Markets banner, six under the Rio Ranch Markets banner and one under Cardenas Ranch Markets banner. It is one of the largest ethnic grocery chains with stores in California, Nevada and Arizona.

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