Price Chopper/Market 32 raised more than $73,500 in donations for The Salvation Army during its December fundraising campaign at its over 130 locations, where customers could round up their change during checkout.

“This past holiday season, The Salvation Army faced the daunting prospect of 155 percent more people requiring assistance while, due to the pandemic, there was a decreased number of traditional red kettles in communities,” said Mona Golub, Price Chopper/Market 32’s vice president of public relations and consumer services.

All proceeds from the December campaign benefited Salvation Army.

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