Kitimat shoppers give again

Marjorie Phelps (Food Bank president), Alison Dwyer, John Riecker, Mike Luis, Deb Dos Santos, Jon Grohs and Bill Willis (Food Bank vice president). Photo Gerry Leibel

Kitimat shoppers raised $900 for the Food Bank, just by buying Save-On-Foods branded items, part of a national campaign which saw the company donating 25 per cent of the value of the items sold over a three-day period to their local food bank.

The $900 forms part of the quarter of a million dollars the company donated this year to support local Western Canadian food banks after a successful first-ever Share It Forward weekend.

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