Whole Foods Hinsdale benefits people with disabilities
Updated: February 14, 2013 10:13AM
Through March, Helping Hand Center will be the beneficiary of Whole Foods Market Hinsdale’s One Dime at a Time program, allowing customers to direct the cashier to donate the cash to the store’s chosen nonprofit through the registers at Whole Foods Market.
The program supports a local nonprofit and reduces the community’s impact on the environment at the same time.
“We’re excited and honored to once again partner with Helping Hand Center to support their much needed efforts to serve disabled children and adults in our community,” said Anne Vassal, marketing and community relations for Whole Foods Market Hinsdale.
Whole Foods Market has been collecting dime donations to benefit Helping Hand Center, a nonprofit organization in Countryside serving more than 650 children and adults with developmental disabilities. At the end of the three-month collection period, Whole Foods will present Helping Hand Center with the total amount collected in dime donations.
To make a donation to support people with developmental disabilities served by Helping Hand Center, or to find out how to support in other ways, please call (708) 352-3580 or visit www.hhcenter.org.