The Rite Aid Foundation previously announced a $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross for relief efforts and also donated several truckloads of water, personal care and cleaning supplies to the most affected areas. In addition to the $50,000 awarded to the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, The Rite Aid Foundation also pledged $50,000 to the Empire State Relief Fund.Rite Aid operates 262 stores in New Jersey, several dozen of which were included in the 800 Rite Aid stores closed during the height of Hurricane Sandy. All stores have since reopened, many within days of the storm making landfall. The company’s Lavallette store, which sustained significant damage, was completely rebuilt and features Rite Aid’s latest store format, a design centered on health and wellness and rooted in innovation.
New Jersey First Lady Mary Pat Christie To Visit Rite Aid In Point Pleasant February 22
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