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Hannaford donates $225,000 to Maine hunger relief and homeless outreach organizations

Apr 07, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Hannaford Supermarkets is donating $225,000 to Maine hunger relief and homeless outreach organizations.

Good Shepherd Food Bank received $160,000, which includes $100,000 previously announced. As the largest hunger-relief organization in Maine, Good Shepherd Food Bank provides for Mainers facing hunger by distributing nutritious food to more than 450 partner agencies across the state, including food pantries, meal sites, schools, and senior programs.

Other recipients include Preble Street, which received $40,000 and Bangor Area Homeless Shelter, receiving $25,000.

Individuals who wish to make donations to support these organizations may do so online at Good Shepherd Food Bank, here, Preble Street, here and Bangor Area Homeless Shelter, here.

 

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Comments (1)
Posted by: Kendall Merriam | Apr 07, 2020 16:10

This is great. However, Hannaford needs to also provide their store staff with masks. Even cloth masks with coffee filters are better than nothing.



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