$50K sold winning Powerball ticket Washington store donate to food bank

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The grocery store in Washington state that soldout the big winning $754.6 Powerball lottery tickets in Monday’s graphics donated its $50,000 bonus check to an area food bank.

The Fred Meyer store in Auburn won the bonus for selling out the big blasting winning lottery tickets, KIRO-TV reported. It was the fifth- biggest Powerball jackpot in the history of promotion’s and the ninth-biggest U.S. lottery jackpot. The Powerball jackpot had rolled up over 33 times before Monday’s chart graphics .

The company donated the entire bonus to the Auburn Food Bank on Thursday, in accordance to the television station. In Accordance to a joint statement from the grocery store chain and the food bank, the donation will provide about 66,000 meals

Hunger and food insecurity are critical and big issues across the nation and partnerships like this one with Fred Meyer and QFC aim to shrink the digits of people facing food and hunger insecurity,” Debbie Christian, executive director of the Auburn Food Bank, said in a interview statement.

Fred Meyer added that the donation was made to honor the company’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste strategy, which is aimed at deleting waste and ending hunger, KIRO reported.

It’s always good to give back and today everyone wins,” Fred Meyer President Todd Kammeyer said in a statement. “In addition to this donation, Fred Meyer is giving $10,000 to the store for our associates to celebrate this big win.

It’s good to see that some people put there state or country before there own profit. This is a good and best way to people the poor people by giving them food and reduce hunger form the humans life.

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