Help Whole Foods Market South Bay stores support Tri-City Health Center
Posted December 8, 2015
Help Whole Foods Market South Bay stores support DreamPower Horsemanship, InnVision Shelter Network, and Tri-City Health Center on December 16th• 5% of sales at Whole Foods Market Blossom Hill on Dec. 16th supports DreamPower Horsemanship
• 5% of sales at Whole Foods Market Campbell on Dec. 16th supports InnVision Shelter Network
• 5% of sales at Whole Foods Market Fremont on Dec. 16th supports Tri-City Health Center
• Representatives available for photos/interviews
Emeryville, Calif. (December 16, 2015) – Whole Foods Market stores in the South Bay – Campbell, Blossom Hill in San Jose, and Fremont – are teaming up during this holiday season to help three organizations that provide vital support, therapy, education, and programs to families and children in need. The public can contribute by shopping at the stores that day.
Five percent of total sales at Blossom Hill in San Jose will be donated to DreamPower Horsemanship, five percent of Campbell’s store sales will be donated to InnVision Shelter Network and five percent of Fremont’s stores sales will be donated to Tri-City Health Center.
DreamPower Horsemanship offers a range of therapeutic horsemanship programs and services to at risk low income children and teens. As a community of volunteers, they provide equine-assisted activities and therapies for children, teens and adults with special needs. Building lives filled with dreams, and the power to make dreams come true. Learn more at http://www.dreampowerhorsemanship.com
InnVision Shelter Network is dedicated to helping homeless families and individuals regain permanent housing and self-sufficiency. IVSN’s “Beyond the Bed” model combines shelter/housing with comprehensive services that enable homeless families and individuals to rapidly return to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. Learn more at http://www.ivsn.org/
Tri-City Health Center provides a diverse spectrum of healthcare services and education. With a commitment to serve in a caring, nurturing atmosphere, they strive to promote optimal health, eliminate preventable diseases, and improve the quality of life for every individual and family living in the Alameda county community. Learn more at http://tri-cityhealth.org/
In-store programming complements the fundraising effort. Shoppers can talk with representatives from the organizations on December 16th.
REPRESENTATIVES IN STORES
Representatives from DreamPower Horsemanship, InnVision Shelter Network and Tri-City Health Center will be available in stores December 16th as follows:
WFM Blossom Hill, 1146 Blossom Hill Rd, San Jose
11 a.m.-2 p.m. & 3 p.m.-6 p.m.: DreamPower Horsemanship table open
- ON-SITE CONTACT: TBD (contact via Customer Service desk (408) 266-3700)
WFM Campbell, 1690 S Bascom Ave, Campbell, CA
11 a.m.-2 p.m. & 3 p.m.-6 p.m.: InnVision Shelter Network table open
- ON-SITE CONTACT: TBD (contact via Customer Service desk, (408) 371-5000)
WFM Fremont, 3111 Mowry Ave, Fremont, CA
11 a.m.-2 p.m. & 3 p.m.-6 p.m.: Tri-City Health Network table open
- ON-SITE CONTACT: TBD (contact via Customer Service desk, (510) 401-5880)
Shoppers can find their nearest store at wholefoodsmarket.com.