The convenience store company has provided breakfast, lunch and dinner packages intended to help families affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Since the beginning of March, Rutter has donated more than $ 50,000 food and drinks to Central Penn Food Bank in the company’s ongoing efforts to help support the local community.
With donations from Rutter, the Penn Food Central Bank was able to provide food for those in need during these uncertain times, the company said in a press release.
The items donated by Rutter are packaged as food to provide breakfast, lunch and dinner for families in the Central Penn Food Bank program.
“Our company was founded in the food industry, so we understand the importance of giving our people access to nutritious food,” said Scott Hartman, President and CEO of Rutter. “We hope our continued donations can provide peace of mind for local families during these difficult times.”
Central Penn Food Bank is committed to providing healthy and nutritious food for those in need.
In 2019, said Rutter, the company donated more than $ 400,000 in food and drinks to the Food Bank and plans to continue their long-term support for the organization.
“Rutter has been a long-time partner of the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, and we are grateful for food donations from their retail locations,” said Joe Arthur, Executive Director of the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank. “With so many families facing an uncertain financial future, we need to ensure that everyone still has enough nutritious food to stay healthy. Food donations that sustain the lives of our retail partners such as Rutter help us ensure that no families starve through this crisis and beyond. “
For information on how to support the Penn Food Central Bank, please visit https://www.centralpafoodbank.org/
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