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Stater Bros. Charities Donates $150,000 to 13 Southern California Food Banks

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Donations will be made throughout the summer as part of the "Harvesting Hope In Our Community" Program

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif., July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- During the summer months when food reserves are traditionally low, children are also out of school and not receiving meals through school food programs.  That's why Stater Bros. Charities is stepping in to help make a difference this summer for these kids and their families by donating $150,000 to thirteen (13) local food banks and pantries.  These funds were generously donated by Stater Bros.' customers and employees this past holiday season during the "Harvesting Hope In Our Community" program. 

Stater Bros. Charities President & CEO, Susan Atkinson (center) along with Stater Bros. Markets EVP Marketing, Dennis McIntyre (right) present a $20,000 check to William Carnegie, President & CEO of Second Harvest Food Bank in Riverside, CA.

Throughout the year, Stater Bros. and its charitable arm Stater Bros. Charities are very committed to "Harvesting Hope" by providing cash and food to over 100 Southern California food banks.  Each year, the "Harvesting Hope In Our Community" program contributes over $6 million in cash and food donations … which provide 42 million meals … for hungry families in the communities where Stater Bros. customers and employees live and work.

"We are in the business of helping our neighbors and right now, some of our neighbors need a little bit more help than the rest.  It's our hope that these donations will have a major impact in their lives," said Jack H. Brown, Chairman and CEO of Stater Bros. Markets.

San Bernardino and Riverside Counties           

Donation Amount

The Salvation Army (Inland Empire)                                


Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino County                       


Second Harvest Food Bank (Riverside)                                    


Inland Harvest Food Bank (Redlands)                                


Desert Communities United Way (High Desert)                    


Find Food Bank (Coachella Valley)                                    


American Food Bank (Morongo Basin)                              


Fort Irwin Center Chapel                                              


Orange County

Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County                  


Los Angeles County

The Salvation Army (Southern California Division)                   


San Diego County

San Diego County Food Bank                                       


Kern County

The Salvation Army Ridgecrest                                


East Kern Family Resource Center (Mojave)                     


About Stater Bros. Charities
Stater Bros. Charities is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation that supports critical needs in the communities where Stater Bros. employees live and work.  Since its creation, Stater Bros. Charities has provided funding to countless local organizations and causes that benefit hunger relief, children's welfare, education for youth and adults, services for the elderly and care for our Nation's Veterans.  Funds are raised throughout the year from generous customers, supplier friends, and caring members of the Stater Bros. Supermarket Family.  For more information log onto


Susan Atkinson
President and CEO, Stater Bros. Charities
Tel: 909-733-5038

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