Safeway campaign focuses on disabilities

Safeway will use funds raised in April for a campaign focusing on people with disabilities. Through a partnership with Easter Seals and Special Olympics, the company said it will raise millions of dollars this year to fund critical regional rehabilitation services and autism programs, provide job training grants, and adopt athletes so they can participate in Special Olympics games throughout the country.

Safeway will use funds raised in April for a campaign focusing on people with disabilities. Through a partnership with Easter Seals and Special Olympics, the company said it will raise millions of dollars this year to fund critical regional rehabilitation services and autism programs, provide job training grants, and adopt athletes so they can participate in Special Olympics games throughout the country.

In the Seattle Division region, a goal of $880,000 has been established among its 197 stores throughout Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. The Seattle Division employs more than 1,000 people with special needs.


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