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Whole Foods Market Makes a Difference in Camden


On Wednesday, November 13th, representatives from Whole Foods Market visited the Camden Children’s Garden (CCG) to present them with a $12,000 gift to support the work of the Camden City Garden Club (CCGC). The club provides educational and gardening programs at CCG and throughout Camden neighborhoods.

Since May 2012, Whole Foods has fostered a relationship with this organization, coordinating volunteer projects and providing financial support. In the fall of 2012, Whole Foods hosted a 5% day for CCGC, where they donated 5% of proceeds to the garden. That day, they raised $57,801.

Mike Devlin, president and co-founder of CCGC said partners like Whole Foods are hard to find, and he is thankful for their commitment.

Sabrina Szteinbaum Editorial Intern for JerseyBites.comEditorial Intern Sabrina Szteinbaum is a sophomore at Rutgers University majoring in Journalism & Media Studies, but those are just the basics! She is a Jersey-born, city-loving foodie who can be found running around New York City in search of the best cupcake, cookie, or piece of cake to feature on her baking blog. Sabrina has been baking since age 12, and has been documenting her confections at The Sugarcoated Life since August 2012. At Rutgers, Sabrina works as a correspondent for The Daily Targum. Her love of journalism has landed her the roles of newscaster and assistant news director on WRSU, one of Rutgers’ radio stations.

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