LIVINGSTON, NJ – On Tuesday, Sept. 23, Whole Foods Market will donate 5 percent of its net sales to West Essex YMCA to benefit the YMCA Financial Assistance Fund and Community Outreach Programs, such as: preschool and school-aged childcare, special needs services, senior health initiatives and the Y youth summer camp experience.
Anyone wishing to support the West Essex YMCA in this endeavor should save their Sept. 23 Whole Foods Market receipt. Members of the Y should bring their receipt to the Y by Sept. 30 to receive four free guest passes. *Some restrictions apply. Non-members of the Y should bring their Whole Foods Market receipt to the Y by Sept. 30, to receive a free trial month of YMCA membership
By joining together, Whole Foods Market and West Essex YMCA are helping strengthen the community through advocating healthy living.
Right now, via Facebook the Y is offering three tips per week that focus on healthy living; exercise and food choice recommendations for a stronger body; ideas for building stronger bonds with family members; and meaningful ways to engage and give back to our community.
In a press release about the Whole Foods fundraiser, the Y said, “From exercise to education, volleyball to volunteerism, fitness to financial assistance, the Y doesn’t just strengthen bodies—it strengthens people, families and our community. Give, join, volunteer and do so much more.”
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