Doing their part to feed hungry

For the seventh-consecutive year Seven Stars Bakeries donated all proceeds from sales on Jan. 2 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.This year the take from the bakery’s three locations in Providence and East Providence was $14,500, bringing the total raised for the food bank to more than $61,000. “We’re especially grateful to businesses like Seven Stars who recognize the need to do something tangible and meaningful to help feed hungry Rhode Islanders,” said Andrew Schiff, food bank CEO. Above, Assistant Manager Annabel Reardon helps a customer at the bakery’s Hope Street location in Providence. More

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Doing their part to feed hungry

COURTESY RHODE ISLAND COMMUNITY FOOD BANK
For the seventh-consecutive year Seven Stars Bakeries donated all proceeds from sales on Jan. 2 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.This year the take from the bakery’s three locations in Providence and East Providence was $14,500, bringing the total raised for the food bank to more than $61,000. “We’re especially grateful to businesses like Seven Stars who recognize the need to do something tangible and meaningful to help feed hungry Rhode Islanders,” said Andrew Schiff, food bank CEO. Above, Assistant Manager Annabel Reardon helps a customer at the bakery’s Hope Street location in Providence.
Posted 1/9/12

For the seventh-consecutive year Seven Stars Bakeries donated all proceeds from sales on Jan. 2 to the Rhode Island Community Food Bank.This year the take from the bakery’s three locations in Providence and East Providence was $14,500, bringing the total raised for the food bank to more than $61,000. “We’re especially grateful to businesses like Seven Stars who recognize the need to do something tangible and meaningful to help feed hungry Rhode Islanders,” said Andrew Schiff, food bank CEO. Above, Assistant Manager Annabel Reardon helps a customer at the bakery’s Hope Street location in Providence.

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