Traverse City News and Events

Lucky's To Donate Portion Of Holiday Sales To Feed Local Families

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 11, 2017

Lucky's Market will donate 10 percent of profits from the sale of Lucky's brand products during the holiday season toward helping feed local families.

According to an announcement from the grocery store Friday, 10 perecent of the sales of Lucky's products between now and December 13 will be donated to Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency. Lucky's products have a red "L" on the label and include a wide variety of grocery store products.

The holiday donation is part of Lucky's Community Impact Program, which allocates 10 percent of funds of the store's private-label products to various community causes year-round.

 

 

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