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YUMA, Ariz. -- Shay Oil, operator of 17 Shay Mart convenience stores based here, partnered with The Salvation Army to fund the organization's Boys and Girls Club in Yuma County, the Yuma Sun reported.
At all of the company's stations, customers can purchase a donation card in the shape of the Salvation Army's red shield for $1, which are then hung on the stores' walls, the report stated.
The donation cards are part of the Salvation Army's Annual Community Campaign, which includes red kettles, food drives and angel trees in the community, according to the report. Local leaders told the paper more than 1,200 families will receive food from The Salvation Army during the 2007 holiday season, while more than 4,000 children will receive toys and clothing.