Real Value IGA Supermarket demonstrated its commitment of “Serving the Community” with the distribution of over 25 Christmas Hampers to homes for the aged, children’s homes and a variety of families in need during the 2018 holiday season.
This is an annual hamper distribution of food and toiletry items which has been taking place for the past 15 years.
The Management and staff of Real Value IGA Supermarket believe in making an impact throughout the island visiting each parish over a two-day distribution period every December.
According to Marketing Manager for Real Value IGA Supermarket, Cheryl Rennie, the business’ investment in “Serving the Community” is not just limited to the month of December as the supermarket is an active contributor year-round to schools, churches, non-profit organisations and to a variety of Group Homes and Ministry Departments each year.
“Giving back to those in need and supporting the communities, in which our customers and staff reside in, is paramount to our core values as a company”, she said.
“Our annual Kids Fest event which has been held for 12 years, raises funds for Bel Air Home for Children & Adolescents is an example of our community outreach endeavors”, she added.
In December, Director of Bel Air Home for Children & Adolescents, Lisa Charles, was presented with a $5,000 donation cheque as a result of the fund-raising efforts from Kids Fest.
In 2019, Real Value IGA Supermarket will continue to expand its reach into the communities of Grenada to assist those in need, as well as to support organisations and worthy causes through financial donations and volunteerism efforts of staff members.