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INDIANAPOLIS -- Eighteen Shell convenience stores and gas stations in Indianapolis, owned by RWJ Cos. Inc., have agreed to become official drop-off sites for Gleaners Food Bank, a non-profit group dedicated to feeding the homeless.
As a drop-off partners, Shell customers can contribute non-perishable food items as well as money to any of the 18 stores.
Robert Juckniess, president of RWJ Cos. is committed to helping fight hunger in the markets it operates and encourages customers to drop off can goods or change at their local Shell station. The food drive will run from September 1 and become an ongoing program to help the hungry in the community.
RWJ Cos. operates 18 Shell stores in the Indianapolis area and is committed to helping those who are less fortunate in the communities in which they do business.
Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana Inc., a partner of America's Second Harvest, was founded in 1980. Since that time the food bank has distributed over 146 million pounds of food and critical grocery products to approximately 300 member charities throughout Central Indiana.