March 5, 2024

Price Rite Marketplace to Donate More Than $47,000 to Area Food Banks

Price Rite Marketplace is presenting more than $47,000 in donations to local food banks as part of its annual Check-Out Hunger fundraising campaign. From November through January 2024, Price Rite Marketplace associates throughout Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island collected donations at checkout to help food banks fight hunger in their communities. The supermarket brand has raised more than $2 million for the Check-Out Hunger initiative since 2002.

Price Rite Marketplace of Fall River was the top fundraising store, raising more than $5,000 for The Greater Boston Food Bank.

“We greatly appreciate the support and generosity of our customers and associates, whose contributions make a difference in the communities our stores serve. Many of our neighbors face the daunting challenge of food insecurity and these donations allow food banks to help individuals and families when they need it most,” said Kevin McDonnell, President of Price Rite Marketplace.

Food banks receiving funds from the campaign include:

Connecticut: Connecticut Food Bank and Foodshare

Maryland: Capital Area Food Bank and Maryland Food Bank

Massachusetts: Food Bank of Western Massachusetts, The Greater Boston Food Bank and Worcester County Food Bank

New Hampshire: New Hampshire Food Bank

New Jersey: Community FoodBank of New Jersey and Food Bank of South Jersey

New York: FeedMore WNY, Food Bank of Central New York, Foodlink and Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York

Pennsylvania: Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, Helping Harvest, Philabundance, Second Harvest Food Bank of the Lehigh Valley, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania and Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank

Rhode Island: Rhode Island Community Food Bank

Price Rite Marketplace is committed to helping families in the communities it serves have access to fresh food. In addition to the Check-Out Hunger campaign, the supermarket has a partnership with Feed the Children and contributes approximately $500,000 to local food banks and food pantries each year.



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