FOSTER – A yearlong collaboration between the Joe Andruzzi Foundation and Little Rhody Foods has just launched.
The effort aims to raise money for the foundation to help cancer patients and their families with nonmedical expenses.
Part of the proceeds from sales of large-sized Little Rhody Natural Eggs will go to the foundation, and cartons will feature an ad for JAF on the inside front cover.
Little Rhody Foods President Eli Berkowitz said the loss of his son to cancer gives the collaboration special meaning for him.
“I knew that supporting the Joe Andruzzi Foundation’s mission would be the most impactful way to help families and make a difference in our local communities,” Berkowitz said. “Little Rhody Foods is proud to work with JAF and to be a member of their Champions Circle giving society.”
The Joe Andruzzi Foundation, a nonprofit, helps families affected by cancer across New England.
“A cancer diagnosis impacts not only the patient but the entire family, as cancer-related income loss and rising treatment costs can impose devastating financial stress during the most difficult time in their lives,” said Jen Andruzzi, CEO and president of the Joe Andruzzi Foundation. “The support Little Rhody Foods is providing JAF helps create awareness for the foundation, and the money raised from the sale of each carton will help the foundation provide financial assistance to cancer patients and their family members.”
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