FALLS CHURCH, Va. — Food For All here said Wednesday it raised more than $4.05 million during the 2009 Food For All holiday season fundraising campaign. Supermarket customers were able to donate by selecting a $1, $3 or $5 donation coupon from the checkout stand and having it scanned by the cashier. Proceeds from the campaign were allocated to hundreds of community-based non profits across the country as selected by the retailer. The following retailers participated: Acme, Albertsons LLC, ...

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