Wegmans Helps Charlottesville First Responders

 

We love our Wegmans! The managers at the Charlottesville Wegmans prepared food for the first responders working to end the violence. The store called in extra employees and people stayed late all to make sure over a-thousand first responders were fed for dinner and breakfast. 

 

An Army vet who lost both of his legs and an arm in Afghanistan is on track to fulfill his dream of being a doctor. The army captain has endured more than 50 surgeries and hundreds of hours of physical therapy, but he’s continued to push through it to pursue his dream. He’s currently studying at Harvard Medical School.

 

A 10-year-old girl from Flint, Michigan has raised enough money to fill one-thousand backpacks for her classmates. The girl who is known as Little Miss Flint worked with the organization, Pack Your Back, to get residents backpacks filled with school supplies. That’s a lot of families who will have one less thing to worry about as the school year gets started. 

The food company, Goya, is donating 10-thousand pounds of food to charity. The company is the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the U-S and they wanted to celebrate the Dominican Day parade by giving back. The food is going to food pantries and will be distributed to families in need. 

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