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Meijer is a family-owned company serving the needs of families at each of our stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.

With the help from our Team Members and customers, we’re able to make the community a better place to live, work and play.

As we grow, we follow a simple philosophy established by our grandfather and father 80 years ago: “take care of your customers, team members and community … and all of them will take care of you, just like a family.”

We invite you to visit this site often to learn about how much our Simply Give campaign is helping our neighbors, about our sponsorship that brought the LPGA back to Michigan and more. Welcome to our Meijer Community!

Sincerely,

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Meijer in the Community

Meijer Donates $500K to Help Bring Relief to Flint

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To help aid Flint residents who are struggling with contaminated drinking water, Meijer is donating $500,000 to support three nonprofit organizations that are coordinating relief efforts related to the water crisis.

Meijer is continuing to provide support to Flint with a $500,000 donation to help meet the needs of the city’s residents, who are struggling with contaminated drinking water. The donation will be distributed to three nonprofit organizations that are coordinating a variety of relief efforts related to the ongoing water crisis, including:

  • $250,000 to the Flint Child Health and Development Fund, which is a partnership between the United Way of Genesee County, Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Hurley Children’s Hospital and the Great Flint Health Coalition;
  • $125,000 to the United Way of Genesee County’s Flint Water Fund, which was set up for the purchase of filters, bottled water, emergency support services and prevention efforts; and …

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Meijer Helped Kick Off Wanted: Peanut Butter Campaign

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Meijer helped kick off the Hunger Task Force’s Wanted: Peanut Butter campaign recently with the donation of 3,500 jars of peanut butter.

Meijer helped kick off the Hunger Task Force’s Wanted: Peanut Butter campaign recently with the donation of 3,500 jars of peanut butter.

Now through March 4, local fire stations will serve as peanut butter drop-off points. Individuals, schools and businesses are encouraged to host peanut butter drives, or make a donation online at www.hungertaskforce.org.

“Peanut butter is a healthy and nutritious staple for kids, which is why we donated 3,500 jars to Hunger Task Force to kick off this incredibly important campaign,” Wauwatosa Meijer Store Director Tom Livernois said. “Hunger relief is at the core of our corporate giving focus at Meijer and we are proud to once again work with Hunger Task Force, as well as local food pantries, to do our part to help those in need.”