Brookshire Grocery Company Helping Hurricane Laura Victims
Brookshire's has launched a "scan card relief" campaign which allows for its customers to donate to people affected by Hurricane Laura.
Our partners at News 10 report that all Brookshire and affiliated stores including Super 1 Foods, Spring Market, and FRESH stores will have $1, $3, and $5 scan coupons available for customers to make monetary donations at checkout.
The proceeds donated through the scan cards will go to the American Red Cross, and specifically will help the victims of hurricane Laura that recently hit the Gulf Coast.
Brookshire is also helping out by donating 15 truckloads of water and ice to those that are still experiencing loss of power in Louisiana. The store plans to start the delivery of shipments Saturday.
“Our hearts and prayers go out to those in Louisiana and Arkansas who are being affected by Hurricane Laura,” said Brad Brookshire, Brookshire Grocery Co. Chairman and CEO.
So many people have been affected from this devastating category 4 hurricane. The donations will be some good news for so many people suffering.
If you want to help on your next grocery run, there are Brookshire Brothers stores in Salado, Moody, Lorena, MrGregor, and Rosebud.
In related news, H-E-B's sending supplies to food banks and rolling out the mobile kitchens to help in Southeast Texas and Louisiana.