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H-E-B donates $50,000 to help tornado victims




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SAN ANTONIO -- H-E-B is donating $50,000 to the American Red Cross and will begin accepting customer donations for the victims of the recent tornadoes, which devastated areas of North Texas. H-E-B is also providing aid in response to the devastation with gift cards and meals to churches, first responders, and affected families.

The campaign offers H-E-B customers an opportunity to join H-E-B’s aid by adding a donation in increments of $1, $3, or $5 to their total grocery bill. Customers may elect to donate multiple increments if they wish and no purchase is necessary to make a donation.

H-E-B has assessed the needs in each of the communities affected by the tornadoes, and is working to ensure that families and local churches are provided with the meals, water, financial resources, and volunteers that are needed to aid recovery.
 

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