giving back


The holiday season is about more than just getting – it’s also about giving back. In 2015, we provided 366,860 holiday meals to regional food banks through turkey and ham donations; 2,621 schools were supported through the A+ program; 126,763 kids were educated on nutrition through Passport to Nutrition, Store Tours, and Nutritionist programs; and 2,047,011 pounds of meat were donated to regional food banks. With our customer’s contributions, $1,054,879 were donated through gift cards and in-store charge accounts to help regional food banks fight hunger and 65,000 charity boxes, filled with food items, were donated to regional food bank partners. The season of giving lives throughout 2016 and we appreciate all of our customers who have helped us give back to our communities.

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hunger relief

As a grocery store, the fight against hunger is an effort in which we can and must make a very big difference. See how our programs have raised millions of dollars and learn more about our community food bank partners.

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improving the lives of children

Healthy communities start with healthy kids. We help local schools through our annual A+ School Rewards program and also get in the game by supporting kids’ athletics. In partnership with community leaders, our Healthy Kids Summits educate kids and their families on the importance of nutrition, physical activity and a balanced lifestyle.

Click here to register for the 2014 Healthy Kids Summit at Gillette Stadium on October 21, 2014.

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pediatric cancer research

In 1991, Stop & Shop launched Triple Winner® with the goal of making a difference in the fight against pediatric cancer. Since then, you've helped us raise more than $67 million to support cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Center and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.


The Fair Food Program

The Fair Food Program is a unique partnership among farmers, farm workers, and retail food companies that ensures humane working conditions and better wages for the workers who pick fruits and vegetables on participating farms. It harnesses the power of consumer demand to give farm workers a voice in the decisions that affect their lives. You can find more information at