Wheels of Success, a non-profit organization based in Tampa, FL has been selected as the Charity of Choice for select SE Grocers Winn-Dixie locations as part of their “Community Bag with a Giving Tag” Program. The reusable bag program empowers customers to make a difference in the communities they live and work in while helping the environment. With each purchase of a reusable Community Bag with the Giving Tag, customers can direct a $1 donation to the non-profit of their choice to benefit the work a local charity is doing in their community.
The specially designed reusable bags are from recycled materials, and can be found at registers and on the reusable bag rack at Winn-Dixie grocery stores in the Southeast.
The program is designed to make it easy for shoppers to give back to the community while supporting the environment. Since the program began in February of 2019, $303,268 has been raised nationwide with over 6,000+ charities supported and 9,096,300 single-use bags not used.
“We’re pleased to be chosen by the management of the Swann Avenue Winn Dixie location,” said Susan Jacobs, CEO of Wheels of Success. “Every dollar helps fund car repairs and other much needed services for Wheels of Success to keep operating. Our goal is to keep working families working in Tampa Bay and even something as simple as writing our name on the bag tag helps.”
Beginning April 1st (and throughout the entire month), each time a shopper purchases a $2.50 Community Bag with a Giving Tag the shopper can direct their $1 donation to a local non-profit within 7 days of purchase. If the customer does not designate a charity within the 7 days, it will automatically be donated to the non-profit that each store’s leadership has selected for the month. The following Winn Dixie location has chosen Wheels of Success as their charity of choice and are participating in the program: located at 2100 W Swann Ave, Tampa, FL 33606
About Wheels of Success:
Wheels of Success is dedicated to providing personal transportation solutions by partnering with the community in a circle of support to keep people working and sustain their independence.
Since June 2003, Wheels of Success has helped over 1,065 families obtain or continue work by providing them with reliable transportation through a program of car repairs, vehicle replacement, related licensing services, car payments, down payments and car-care classes.
Media contact: Susan Jacobs, 813-995-5040 or for more information visit us online at http://www.wheelsofsuccess.org or email: email@example.com