In addition to training some of the world’s best hockey players for optimum performance, the Detroit Red Wings are also focused on fueling youth and families in Hockeytown to help build a hunger-free community.
Throughout last week, the Red Wings and Kroger teamed up to provide 2,000 breakfast kits to families in the community in partnership with Forgotten Harvest to help continue their mission to fight hunger and food insecurity.
More than 50 volunteers from the Red Wings and Kroger joined Forgotten Harvest’s mobile food pantries to help pack and distribute breakfast kits to families across metro Detroit.
“The Red Wings know how important it is for children to start their day fueled and ready to learn in school,” Red Wings and Tigers director of community impact Kevin Brown said. “In partnership with our friends at Kroger and Forgotten Harvest, we’re proud to deliver 2,000 breakfast kits filled with shelf stable food for hundreds of families in need across metro Detroit.”
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