TOPS, WROC raise nearly $50,000 for F...

TOPS, WROC raise nearly $50,000 for Foodlink

There are 2 comments on the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle story from Jan 3, 2012, titled TOPS, WROC raise nearly $50,000 for Foodlink. In it, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports that:

An additional 3 to 6 inches of snow is still expected, while temperatures have fallen to the low teens, cold enough for ice-wine grapes to be harvested.

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Rochester, NY

#1 Jan 4, 2012

I hate Wegmans trying to sell you those slips to give money, cause if you give wegmans $50. for the needy, they only end up giving $20 of food cause their food is so overly priced.

$50 of Walmart food or Tops Food can feed a family for much longer the $50 of Wegmans food.

Plus After Wegmans makes that big profit margin, they then also use it as tax write off as if they gave the money themselves.

Instead of helping the needy you helping Danny 2 times over.
sickel cell

United States

#2 Jan 4, 2012
Ya while most everyone getting the charity is black. whites raising money to feed you blacks. just another black handout is all it is.

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