Wednesday, April 04, 2012
Shop Whole Foods Market on Community Giving Day to Benefit JCLC
The team members of Whole Foods Market are part of the local community and they are passionate about supporting the local causes that are important to shoppers and neighbors. Several times a year, Whole Foods Market likes to give back to the community by donating 5% of a day's net sales to a local nonprofit or educational institution on what is called Community Giving Day (or 5% Day). On Thursday, April 5, 2012, the Jefferson County Library Cooperative (JCLC) will be the recipient of this day's donation.
The Jefferson County Library Cooperative is a nonprofit organization that links the 40 public libraries throughout Jefferson County, making possible the convenience of "One County One Card." JCLC funds the online catalog, numerous databases, downloadable eBooks and audiobooks, the Books-By-Mail program, and the countywide delivery service that transports borrowed and returned materials between the libraries.
Eat well, be well, and support the Public Libraries of Jefferson County at Whole Foods Market in Mountain Brook on Community Giving Day.
Whole Foods Market • Mountain Brook
3100 Cahaba Village Plaza
Birmingham, AL 35243
By Tressa at April 04, 2012
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