On the counter at Bee’s Food Market stood an unassuming money jar. And unlike the many tip jars that line counter tops of just about any cash-accepting business, the customers who dropped their change into the jar at Bee’s knew it had a different purpose. And so they happily dropped in their loonies, toonies, quarters, dimes, and nickles until the entire jar was full and could be delivered to it’s final destination: Hope Community Services. The management of Bee’s extends a heartfelt ‘thank you’ for allowing them the opportunity to participate in the community’s generosity. Submitted

Bee’s Market hands over jar of community generosity

Customers donated change into a jar destined for Hope Community Services

On the counter at Bee’s Food Market stood an unassuming money jar. And unlike the many tip jars that line counter tops of just about any cash-accepting business, the customers who dropped their change into the jar at Bee’s knew it had a different purpose. And so they happily dropped in their loonies, toonies, quarters, dimes, and nickles until the entire jar was full and could be delivered to it’s final destination: Hope Community Services.

The management of Bee’s extends a heartfelt ‘thank you’ for allowing them the opportunity to participate in the community’s generosity.

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