A CITGO retailer in Mount Pleasant, Michigan is stepping up to Fuel Good in its local community during the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis. The Pickard Street CITGO is providing $0.99 meals for children unable to rely on school lunches during the statewide stay-at-home order.
School-aged children can purchase a sandwich, piece of fruit and their choice of juice, milk or fountain drink for less than a dollar. While the store’s deli is not open, sandwiches and other cold deli items remain available for purchase for adults.
Jessica Patrick, FedEx sales team member in Florida
My mother passed away in February 2014 while I was on maternity leave.
My mom was a huge supporter of all foundations involving children in our community. She would attend many galas and events so she could donate for the children. Around the 1 year anniversary of her passing, my father and I wanted to do something special in her honor.
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