The Pantry Inc., an independently operated convenience store chain in the southeastern United States, announces 72 Kangaroo Express convenience stores in Chattanooga, Cleveland, Tenn., and North Georgia will participate in its first "Kash for Kids" campaign to raise funds for Junior Achievement.
Through Dec. 26, Kangaroo Express will encourage store visitors to make donations to Kash for Kids. Donations raised in Hamilton, Catoosa, Walker, Marion, Rhea and Sequatchie counties will benefit Junior Achievement of Chattanooga. Donations raised in Bradley, McMinn, Meigs, Polk and Monroe counties will benefit Junior Achievement of the Ocoee Region.
The nonprofit organization teaches economic fundamentals, entrepreneurship and work-readiness in area schools.
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