Kroger Is Collecting Food For Gleaners In January

Here’s how you can help feed some of Michigan’s hungry families this season.

MICHIGAN — Over 650,000 men, women and children will face hunger this year in southeast Michigan and that’s the driving force behind the food drive happening this month at the local Kroger stores around metro Detroit.

The Kroger Co. of Michigan and Gleaners Community Food Bank invite Kroger customers to help feed hungry friends and neighbors by contributing non-perishable food items during Gleaners’ food collection weekends at 83 Kroger stores in Wayne, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland and Livingston counties this month. The food collection events are part of The Kroger Co.’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste plan to end hunger in local communities and eliminate waste across the company by 2025.