Kroger stores throughout Middle Tennessee are participating in Second Harvest Food Bank's Feeding Hope Challenge by launching a campaign in an effort to help provide 200,000 meals. Now through Saturday, November 17, customers can make a $1 donation to help provide four meals or $5 to provide 20 meals for those in need. "With one in four children at risk for hunger in Middle Tennessee, it is important that we do whatever we can to make a difference," said Melissa Eads, community affairs manager for Kroger.
She continued, "Our customers and associates are always very giving and we are confident that heading into this holiday season they will once again answer the call." Second Harvest Food Bank was founded in 1978. For more information on the food bank, or how to donate, visit their Web site.