Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Eureka Natural Foods' Change 4 Change Program Raises $5,000 for Food for People

Posted By on Tue, Dec 22, 2020 at 2:30 PM

click to enlarge L to R: Craig Calvin - McKinleyville Store Manager, - Carly Robbins - Food For People Development Director, - Anne Holcomb - Food For People Executive Director, - Truman Felt - McKinleyville cashier who raised the most funds at $501, - Stacey Wolfe - McKinleyville cashier who the third most amount at $248.
  • L to R: Craig Calvin - McKinleyville Store Manager,Carly Robbins - Food For People Development Director,Anne Holcomb - Food For People Executive Director,Truman Felt - McKinleyville cashier who raised the most funds at $501,Stacey Wolfe - McKinleyville cashier who the third most amount at $248.

Eureka Natural Foods and its customers raised $5,000 for Food for People through the Change 4 Change program, where the rounding up of a few cents on the dollar during checkout adds up to a huge difference in the lives of others. 

"Within one week the community came together and raised $5,000 to help eliminate hunger and improve the health of the community," a press release from Eureka Natural Foods states. "This is the most amount that has been raised during a Change 4 Change. Currently as the world spins, this means more to Eureka Natural Foods and Food for People than ever. A rough year, but now the light we all have been waiting for. Seeing the community raise this amount during a time of need for all, it is truly a cherished moment."

Food for People works to alleviate local hunger and improve the health of the community through its 18 programs and strong community partnerships. The nonprofit distributes nearly 2 million pounds of food annually to the county‚Äôs most
vulnerable members.

For more, read the full press release below:
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