The Southern California Food Industries Circle’s (SCFIC) 10th annual Kids for Hope drive raised more than $860,000 for pediatric cancer research and treatment at City of Hope.
During October, shoppers at participating retailers could donate $1 to City of Hope by purchasing a mobile at checkout registers. More than 700 store locations participated in the campaign, including Albertsons, Bristol Farms, Food 4 Less, Gelson’s, Stater Bros., Smart and Final, Northgate Markets and Superior Grocers.
The SCFIC is one of the largest industry volunteer support arms for City of Hope. Represented by more than 1,000 leading retailers, manufacturers and brokers within the Southern California food industry, the SCFIC has raised more than $140 million since its founding in 1973.