"Let's give back". And the way we are giving back is through a program at Trunck's Country Foods called Save-N-Share. This year Trunck's Country Foods gave $5,000.00 to organizations that are non-profit and beneficial to Reinbeck's vitality. This is done as a thank you to everyone who shows loyalty by shopping at Trunck's and to all the organizations and their workers for what they give to our community.
For 2013, Gladbrook-Reinbeck's Fine Arts grew the most from last year in the amount earned from Save-N-Share. Mrs. Ellen Johanns is pictured with some of her students who actively participate in this program that our school offers.
How does Save-N-Share work? 1% of each purchase you make at Trunck's Country Foods is donated to the organization that, you, the customer chooses. Trunck's donates the money, not the customer. You give without any cost to you.
Pictured left to right: Sue Trunck, Ellen Johanns, Madi Wild, Ash-l-ey Moore, Mariah Mulligan, Sadalicious Walton, Demo Fritz Strohbehn, Brenda Heithoff, AC, Joe bags Linder, Shandra Simo, A-Aron Shouse, DT.
Photo by Jessica Larsen
How do you support Save-N-Share? By telling the clerk every time you shop at Trunck's Country Foods that you want your receipt to be donated to the organization of your choosing. Please tell the clerk at the beginning of your purchase where you want your purchase to help.
Who benefits from Save-N-Share? You. By selecting one of the organizations, you help it's members and our community. This help extends miles and miles beyond our borders.
The non-profit organizations involved in the Save-N-Share program that you can choose from are:
Amity Church, 4th of July Reinbeck Community Club, St. John's Lutheran Church Dorcas Society, Eastern Star, G-R Athletic Boosters, G-R Dollars for Scholars,
G-R Fine Arts Boosters, G-R High School Science Dept., Grundy Country Memorial Hospital Foundation, IMPACT, United Methodist Church, New Life Assembly of God, Presbyterian Church, Reinbeck Day Care, Reinbeck Preschool, St. Gabriel's Holy Family Parish, and United Church of Christ.
Trunck's Country Foods has a cap of the number of organizations, to ensure the best benefit to each participant and rotate them as new requests come in to keep the program vibrant.