SAFEWAY HITS RECORD IN MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY DRIVE PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway raised a record $7 million for the Muscular Dystrophy Association during the company's month-long late summer campaign at the company's more than 1,600 stores across the country. The annual Safeway fund-raising drive for “Jerry's Kids” is part of a companywide initiative to assist people with neuromuscular disease. The money raised goes to MDA-funded, leading-edge research and treatment programs. Over the years, ...

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