Get yours at Price Chopper/Market 32 for for $10 each, and $3 will benefit the kids at Double H Ranch! Swim in today and pick yours up! Narwhalways yours, Price Chopper/Market 32
The Double H Ranch, located in New York’s Adirondack Park, is a demonstration of the commitment and generosity of philanthropist Charles R. Wood and actor Paul Newman. Since the Double H officially opened its doors on July 4, 1993, it has served over 60,000 children dealing with life-threatening illnesses from around the world. It was the second “Hole in the Wall Camp” in what has become a worldwide network of not-for-profit recreational and therapeutic experiences for children with serious illness.
The mission of the Double H Ranch is to provide specialized programs and year-round support for children and their families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. Our purpose is to enrich their lives and provide camp experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound. All programs are FREE of charge and capture the magic of the Adirondacks. The Double H Ranch is a 501 (c) (3) organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. Co-Founded by Charles R. Wood and Paul Newman.
Every dollar makes a difference for St. Jude kids
Donate $1 at checkout to help St. Jude kids like Abraham.
Price Chopper/Market 32 will match all donations, up to $5,000.
- St. Jude is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life threatening diseases. St. Jude freely shares the discoveries it makes, which means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children.
- Treatments developed at St. Jude have helped push the overall survival rate for childhood cancer from 20% when the hospital opened in 1962 to more than 80% today. In addition, St. Jude has achieved a 94% survival rate for ALL, up from 4% in 1962, and the survival rate for medulloblastoma, a type of brain tumor, increased from 10 percent to 85% today.
Despite all that progress, 1 in 5 children in the U.S. who are diagnosed with cancer will not survive. Globally, the vast majority of childhood cancer patients do not have access to adequate care and will not survive. St. Jude, ALSAC and our supporters are working hard to change this.
- As one of the largest pediatric cancer hospitals in the world, St. Jude treats about 8,500 patients each year with 69 beds in operation and a license to go up to 80 beds.
- St. Jude believes a child should live as normal a childhood as possible even when battling life-threatening diseases. That’s why most of their patients are treated as outpatients and stay in one of four housing facilities with nearly 300 rooms specifically designed and managed by St. Jude for families of children with cancer and other diseases.
- The treatments for pediatric cancer can last up to three years or more and cost on average $425,000, including housing, travel and food. No family ever receives a bill from St. Jude for care and no family is asked to pay co-pays or deductibles. More than 50 percent of our patients are under- or uninsured.
To learn more, visit www.stjude.org.
We are holding our annual pet food and supply drive, September 1-30, at Price Chopper/Market 32. Your generous donation will help support your local animal shelter. Check out the pet solution center of your local store for products you can purchase and donate. Look for the collection bin or carts at the front of the store.
Find a Price Chopper/Market 32 store near you to donate today.
Help people affected by disasters big and small. Round up at checkout for the Red Cross.
Price Chopper/Market 32 will match all donations, up to $5,000.
- Every eight minutes someone needs the Red Cross.
- The Red Cross responds to nearly 60,000 disasters a year nationwide, 90% of which are home fires.
- 90 cents of every dollar is invested in delivering care and comfort to those in need.
To learn more, visit redcross.org.
Price Chopper/Market 32 will give the American Red Cross 100% of all donations collected at its stores September 1–30, 2019. The American Red Cross name, emblem and copyrighted materials are being used with its permission, which in no way constitutes an endorsement, express or implied, of any product, service, company, opinion or political position. The American Red Cross logo is a registered trademark owned by The American National Red Cross. For more information about the American Red Cross, please visit redcross.org.
Help fight childhood cancer
Price Chopper/Market 32 and Freihofer’s will donate 10 cents to the Melodies Center with the purchase of specially marked Freihofer’s products.
The Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at Albany Med is leading the way. They are the only provider of care for children and teens with cancer and blood disorders in the 25 counties they serve.
Veterans with disabilities are more susceptible to the impact of COVID-19.
Donate to DAV at checkout and help them get access to the benefits and services they need.
Price Chopper/Market 32 will match all donations, up to $5,000 from July 1 – 31, 2020.
- •For our nation’s 4.7 million disabled veterans, the coronavirus creates a set of unique challenges—not only do service-connected illnesses place these individuals in higher-risk categories, but many now also face a dire financial situation due to lost income.
- •DAV is a leader in connecting veterans with meaningful employment, hosting job fairs and providing resources to ensure they have the opportunity to participate in the American Dream their sacrifices have made possible. This continues in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic in the form of virtual hiring events.
- •Provides emergency relief funding to help veterans who’ve lost income due to the pandemic or suffered as a result of a natural disaster.
- •With your help, DAV can continue to support more than a million veterans every year in life changing ways by providing them with access to employment resources, healthcare, benefits, and advocacy to help them through this pandemic and beyond.
- To learn more, visit dav.org.
Now more than ever, families need milk.
Round up your change at checkout and Fill a Glass with Hope®.
Funds raised will be used to provide milk to families in need through the regional food bank in your area.
- • Fill a Glass with Hope® provides a means for food banks to purchase milk for the families they serve.
- • Milk is the number one requested item at food banks.
- •Donations raised stay local and benefit regional food banks.
- • Food Banks use the donations raised to purchase milk locally at a discounted rate and distribute it to the families they serve.
- To learn more, visit americandairy.com
Cancer hasn’t stopped. So neither have we.
Round up your change and donate at the register and support the American Cancer Society.
Price Chopper/Market 32 will match all donations, up to $5,000!
- • There will be 1,806,590 newly diagnosed cancer cases in 2020.
- • There will be 606,520 cancer deaths in 2020.
- • Because of COVID-19:
• Cancer patients and survivors are facing threats on multiple fronts right now, including the struggle to get and afford health care.
- • 1 in 4 report a delay in care or treatment.
- • One-third of all patients say they’re worried about the impact COVID-19 will have on their ability to get care, a concern that is especially prevalent among patients in active treatment.
- •80% of our call volume is related to COVID-19.
Help Cure Rare Disease efforts to advance research to treat rare, genetic diseases.
Price Chopper/Market 32 and Freihofer’s will donate 10 cents to Cure Rare Disease with the purchase of specially marked Freihofer’s products.
Cure Rare Disease is a 501c3 nonprofit biotechnology organization that is pioneering the development of tailor-made medicines for children suffering from rare, genetic diseases who have no treatment or cure. Cure Rare Disease (CRD) does this through a collaboration of the leading academic research institutes, researchers and clinicians in the United States. Founded by Rich Horgan, Cure Rare Disease was born out of frustration with the lack of medical options for his own brother Terry, who was born with a muscle-wasting disease called Duchenne muscular dystrophy. People impacted by Duchenne typically live until their mid-20s and there is currently no effective treatment or cure. Moreover, over 30% of rare disease patients are children.
The Cure Rare Disease customized therapeutic approach is a new approach to treating previously untreatable rare and genetic diseases. Whereas traditional drug development treats more prevalent diseases with a one-size-fits-all approach, and has followed this approach for decades — Cure Rare Disease and collaborators develop customized medicines using the patient’s own cells to inform and guide therapeutic development. Researchers from Yale School of Medicine, Charles River Laboratories, the University of Massachusetts Medical School and several other collaborators work together and share their findings to accelerate the research from research bench to patient bedside.
The ultimate vision of Cure Rare Disease is to enable all patients, regardless of their disease, to get an effective treatment in time. We do so by working across the healthcare ecosystem with the FDA, insurance companies, researchers and clinicians so that our customized therapeutics will be covered by insurance and efficiently approved by the FDA.
You can learn more about Cure Rare Disease at cureraredisease.org and follow them on social media @cureraredisease.
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United Way needs your help now more than ever!
Round up your change at checkout and support the United Way’s COVID-19 Response.
We have kicked things off with a $25,000 donation. Your generosity helps connect our community members with resources providing food, shelter and other essential services through United Way’s global network.
- •United Way fights for the health, education, and financial stability for every person in every community.
- •Donations raised in your store will benefit your local United Way Chapter.
- •United Way’s COVID-19 resources: United Way is uniting community partners in regional fundraising efforts to support critical community needs.
- •United Way is coordinating volunteers to support in-person and virtual volunteer needs of organizations that continue to provide essential services.
- •United Way’s 2-1-1 helpline operates 24/7 in over 200 languages and provides free, confidential referrals to essential services, and is supporting COVID-19 related questions and concerns.