Shop Shoprite this week to aid the Visually Impaired

WPCNR THE LETTER TICKER. APRIL 24, 2016:

Hi, my name is Brian Harrod and I have no right eye and my left eye is severly crossed with low vision.

I would like to ask my fellow Westchester County residents to do their grocery shopping at one of Westchester County’s nine ShopRite supermarkets this week.

When you buy your groceries the cashier will ask you if you would like to make a small donation to Westchester Disabled On The Move.I was recently was elected to their board Of Westchester Disabled On The Move, which gives the disabled the means to be productive and valued members of society.

Buy purchasing your groceries at a Westchester County ShopRite and giving a small donation at check out you can support an organization that is making a difference in the lives of the disabled. You will be helping live independently with the respect and dignity that they deserve.

I have attached a flyer and would ask you to please do me a personal favor and support this fundraising effort..

Please watch the following video that explains the difficulty that the disabled must overcome on a minute by minute basis. .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2HljSKyVAY

Thank you, in advanced for helping make a difference for your neighbors who need your support.

Also, please tell your friends and nieghbors about this opportunity to help the disabled.

If you have any questions then please don’t hesitate to call me.

Sincerely,

Brian Harrod

PS. Recently, 26 ShopRite Supermarkets helped raise $150,000 for sick children in Westchester County and with your help the 9 ShopRite stores that have agreed to partner with Westchester Disabled On The Move, will allow you to combine your small donation with thousands of other donations to make a real and lasting difference foe your neighbors who are disabled.

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