Hunger Action Month Way of the Day: Let your Randalls Remarkable Card Help End Hunger.

September 26, 2010 § 2 Comments

Randalls Good Neighbor Program allows you to make direct monetary donations to the Food Bank. Link your Remarkable Card to the Food Bank by completing a Remarkable Application Form at a Courtesy Booth within your local Randalls store. Complete the top portion and the “Good Neighbor Program” section by designating #212, the Food Bank’s account number, as the recipient of funds. If you have an existing Remarkable Card you can link it to the Food Bank’s account number at anytime by completing the steps above. Randall’s will donate 1% of each purchase you make throughout the year (which adds up and really helps the Food Bank).  It’s that easy – and it doesn’t cost you anything! Click here to download an application for the Randalls Remarkable card. For more information, visit http://www.randalls.com/.

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