Whole Foods recently wrote a check for $48,000 to the local Community Food Share nonprofit program, as part of their total $271,000 cash + food donation for the months of November and December. The $48,000 came from shoppers donating money at the cash register, and the rest of it was in the form of food donations (people purchasing food and meals to be donated). Way to go, shoppers of Boulder! Keep up the good, thoughtful work! Boulder County Business Report’s full story here.
Whole Foods Gives to Community Food Share
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