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  • Price Rite Donates $72,000 to RI Food Bank

    [CREDIT: Price Rite] From left, Michelle Krenzelok, human resources director, Price Rite, Cheryl Powers, food donations manager, Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Bill Devin, regional director of operations, Price Rite, Lisa Roth Blackman, chief development officer, Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Moesha Santana, cashier, Price Rite of Providence, and Stephanie Botelho front end manager, Price Rite of Providence.

    [CREDIT: Price Rite] From left, Michelle Krenzelok, human resources director, Price Rite, Cheryl Powers, food donations manager, Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Bill Devin, regional director of operations, Price Rite, Lisa Roth Blackman, chief development officer, Rhode Island Community Food Bank, Moesha Santana, cashier, Price Rite of Providence, and Stephanie Botelho front end manager, Price Rite of Providence.

    PROVIDENCE, RI — Team members from Price Rite presented a check for $70,030 to representatives from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank July 24, funds raised during the supermarket chain’s annual Check-Out Hunger campaign.

    From October – December 2016, Price Rite stores banded together to collect donations at checkout, raising more than $250,000 for food banks across nine states in an effort to support the fight against hunger.

    Additional donations of $1,500 and $1,000 were presented to Rhode Island Community Food Bank on behalf of Price Rite of Providence and Price Rite of Warwick, respectively, for finishing as the two top-fundraising stores across all 64 Price Rite locations.

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    Price Rite stores that contributed to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank donation also included its Cranston, Johnston, Pawtucket, and Woonsocket, RI; and Willimantic, CT locations.

    The supermarket chain contributes approximately $500,000 annually to local food banks and food pantries to benefit local families in need within the communities its stores serves. 

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