The Kroger Delivery Groveland Fulfillment Center recently made a nearly $2,000 donation to the nonprofit Find, Feed & Restore. The donation will go towards the organization’s new Hannah Grace Gardens Affordable Housing Project, which broke ground in Mascotte last month.  

“The Groveland team was thrilled to collect this donation during our recent Family Fun Day event, knowing it would make a difference in the lives of families right here in our community,” said Stacey Dark, General Manager, Groveland Fulfillment Center. “One of the ways we Feed the Human Spirit is through Kroger’s national commitment to supporting projects like these. We are looking forward to future collaborations with Find, Feed & Restore once families start moving in.” 

The affordable housing project, which will include nine new homes and a community center, will help provide a permanent housing solution for local working families.  

“We are so grateful for companies like Kroger and their commitment to helping families,” said Stephen Shylkofski, VP of Development, Find, Feed & Restore. “Not only is Kroger right in our backyard, but a neighbor that has shown time and time again that we can work together to help change lives.”  


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