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Raley's Food for Families: Quality Nourishment Feeds Hope and Health to Replace Hunger.

May 01, 2024 The Non Profit Podcast Network
Raley's Food for Families: Quality Nourishment Feeds Hope and Health to Replace Hunger.
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Raley's Food for Families: Quality Nourishment Feeds Hope and Health to Replace Hunger.
May 01, 2024
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Journey with me down the aisles as I speak with Chelsea Minor, VP, Community Impact and Public Affairs at The Raley Companies and Executive Director of Food for Families. Chelsea shares her inspiring tale of weaving community service into the fabric of business. Our conversation is more than just a reflection; it's a deep connection to the heart of giving that beats strongly within our local Raleys, Bel-Air and Nob Hill grocery stores. Chelsea's dual role allows her to be at the forefront of an initiative that last year turned customer generosity at the register into a staggering $6 million for local food banks, proving that small acts of kindness can accumulate into monumental change. Speaking alongside Chelsea is Zoe Edwards, Operations Specialist at Food for Families. Her contribution to the organization on the day-to-day activities creates the lubrication to the keep the massive requirements of the machine running smoothly.

The essence of the mission of Food for Families is illuminated by the touching words of a young girl's poem, a sincere token of representative of the appreciation for the nourishment Food for Families provides. It's not just about the food; it's the dignity in distribution, the educational resources to maximize nutrition, and the cultural respect in the food choices offered. Chelsea, Zoe and their team are the architects of a program that not only feeds the body but also nourishes the soul by ensuring that every dollar is an investment in the well-being of our neighbors.

As I close the episode, recognition goes out to not only Chelsea and Zoe, but to the entire Raley's Companies for their tireless dedication to combating hunger and fostering a community of care. Their work, often behind the scenes, is a testament to the power of combined efforts in creating a robust lifeline for families in need. I invite you to take part in this local legacy at the checkout register  where your contributions provide the seeds that grow into a flourishing amount of hope for countless families.

For more information or to make a contribution on-line, visit https://www.raleys.com/giving/food-for-families

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Journey with me down the aisles as I speak with Chelsea Minor, VP, Community Impact and Public Affairs at The Raley Companies and Executive Director of Food for Families. Chelsea shares her inspiring tale of weaving community service into the fabric of business. Our conversation is more than just a reflection; it's a deep connection to the heart of giving that beats strongly within our local Raleys, Bel-Air and Nob Hill grocery stores. Chelsea's dual role allows her to be at the forefront of an initiative that last year turned customer generosity at the register into a staggering $6 million for local food banks, proving that small acts of kindness can accumulate into monumental change. Speaking alongside Chelsea is Zoe Edwards, Operations Specialist at Food for Families. Her contribution to the organization on the day-to-day activities creates the lubrication to the keep the massive requirements of the machine running smoothly.

The essence of the mission of Food for Families is illuminated by the touching words of a young girl's poem, a sincere token of representative of the appreciation for the nourishment Food for Families provides. It's not just about the food; it's the dignity in distribution, the educational resources to maximize nutrition, and the cultural respect in the food choices offered. Chelsea, Zoe and their team are the architects of a program that not only feeds the body but also nourishes the soul by ensuring that every dollar is an investment in the well-being of our neighbors.

As I close the episode, recognition goes out to not only Chelsea and Zoe, but to the entire Raley's Companies for their tireless dedication to combating hunger and fostering a community of care. Their work, often behind the scenes, is a testament to the power of combined efforts in creating a robust lifeline for families in need. I invite you to take part in this local legacy at the checkout register  where your contributions provide the seeds that grow into a flourishing amount of hope for countless families.

For more information or to make a contribution on-line, visit https://www.raleys.com/giving/food-for-families