CINCINNATI -- Kroger here said it contributed nearly $126 million to local communities and nonprofit organizations in 2004 as part of its "Neighbor to Neighbor" charitable-giving program. ies. Donations included 28 million pounds of food valued at $43 million to 40 regional food banks affiliated with America's Second Harvest; $17 million to local schools and nonprofit organizations; $24 million from employee donations and in-store fund-raising efforts in support of breast cancer research, ...

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