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Stop & Shop & Produce for Kids Annual Get Healthy, Give Hope Campaign

Date/Time

Jul 18, 2013 to Aug 8, 2013

Description

Produce for Kids® launched its 11th annual Get Healthy, Give Hope campaign and Stop & Shop locations are once again teaming up to help raise funds for Our Family Foundation. The joint campaign will run through August 8th with the intention of helping to raise money for children in need and to incentivize local families to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into their daily diet.

The more produce Stop & Shop shoppers add to their shopping lists the more hope they can give to local children in need. All Stop & Shop participating fresh fruit and vegetable suppliers will make a consumption-based donation to Our Family Foundation by Stop & Shop.

Produce for Kids will be holding weekly giveaways on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram throughout the campaign. For more information please visit www.produceforkids.com

Cost

Consumption-based donation

Location

Stop and Shop Stores
Various, NH

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