Last April, Mollie Stone’s Markets launched a hospital fund drive to help support local hospitals and healthcare workers who are working on the frontlines. The family-owned markets raised $32,635.36 through customer donations via its Marin-based stores in Greenbrae and Sausalito and a 100% company matching program. The funds were donated to Marin Health Hospital this December.
“As we all do our best to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, we wanted to make sure our local hospitals have the support they need to continue to fight and help our community navigate this unprecedented time,” said Mike Stone, CEO of Mollie Stone’s Markets, in a statement.
Since its inception in 1986, the family-owned grocers has advocated for corporate responsibility in terms of sustainability and a progressive work environment. The chain offers organic and natural food, national brands, special dietary foods, and a variety of hard to find products.
“We are proud to support our community and these heroes during this crisis.” Stone added, “I would also like to thank our wonderful employees who played a significant role in getting contributions at the store.”