Building Peaceful Families Named Beneficiary of Whole Foods Market Campbell “Nickels for Nonprofits” Program

“We are truly grateful to have been selected as beneficiary of this outstanding community giving program by Whole Foods Market in Campbell,” commented Sharon Chatman, Founder and Board Chair of Building Peaceful Families. “Every nickel that we receive will allow us to continue providing inspirational, educational programs that help Bay Area children and families lead healthier lives.”

BPF was selected from among many Bay Area non-profit agencies in recognition of their long-standing commitment to helping local underserved populations: grandmothers raising their own grandchildren, fathers and father figures, single parents, teenage fathers and mothers, and survivors of domestic violence.

“We encourage our customers to give back to their local community in a very simple way by participating in our Nickels for Nonprofits program,” said Tina Manickam, Marketing and Community Outreach Team Leader for Whole Foods Market, Campbell. “Over the years, all of those nickels have really added up. To date, Whole Foods Campbell has contributed tens of thousands of dollars to support local nonprofit agencies like Building Peaceful Families.”

Building Peaceful Families volunteers will be at Whole Foods Market, 1690 South Bascom Avenue in Campbell on Wednesday, November 14, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to share information with customers.

About Whole Foods Market, Campbell
Whole Foods Market has been serving the Campbell Community for over 10 years with fresh, natural and organic foods, and excellent customer service. Conveniently located near the Pruneyard at the intersection of Hamilton and Bascom Avenues, we offer the highest quality products, free of artificial ingredients, hydrogenated oils, and artificial preservatives. Our organic products are not genetically modified, and we proudly carry dozens of locally-sourced items.

About Building Peaceful Families
Building Peaceful Families is a Silicon Valley 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health, safety, and well-being of children by educating, honoring, and encouraging involved, responsible, and committed parenting. Since 2005, we have offered inspirational programs and events, with a special outreach to children, senior citizens, and survivors of domestic violence.


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