ST. LOUIS - Schnuck Markets, Inc. will be supporting the families of fallen and disabled service members starting May 23rd through Independence Day.
Schnucks customers at all 100 of the company’s Midwest stores will be able to “round up at the register” to benefit the Folds of Honor Foundation. The nonprofit honors the sacrifices of fallen and disabled servicemen and women by providing educational scholarships to their spouses and children.
At checkout, Schnucks customers will have the option to “round up” their purchase to the nearest dollar to support the cause, while those customers who use self-checkouts and wish to donate may choose a $1, $3 or $5 “Scan and Give” option. 100% of donations will benefit Folds of Honor.
“Schnucks is proud to partner with Folds of Honor to support military families whose loved ones were killed or disabled in their pursuit to protect our American freedoms,” said Schnucks Chairman and CEO Todd Schnuck. “Helping military veterans and their families is important to our company and we know it’s also important to our customers. We are honored to be able to show our gratitude to our veterans and their families through this partnership.”
Many Schnucks’ vendors have made donations to Folds of Honor and customers will see tags in-store near the vendors’ products, such as Budweiser Freedom Reserve, indicating their support.
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