Kroger Offers Donations for Indiana Flood Relief

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Kroger Offers Donations for Indiana Flood Relief

The Kroger Co.'s 154-store Central Division said it has donated $10,000 lines of credit each to the American Red Cross and Gleaners Food Bank, after rainfall of up to 10 inches caused record flooding in Indiana.

The disaster response agencies can access that credit line at any Kroger location to purchase the supplies they need most at the Kroger location closest to their need, the chain said.

Kroger said it associates continue to support a disaster response site in Martinsville with donated supplies in coordination with the county sheriff's department.

The Kroger Central Division encompasses 129 pharmacies and 51 fuel centers operating under five banners: Kroger, Scott's, Owen's, Hilander, and Pay Less, with locations primarily in Indiana and Illinois, plus five stores in Missouri, one in Michigan, and one in Ohio.