Rite Aid gives 15,000 cases of water to W.Va. residents

01/13/2014 | Drug Store News

The Rite Aid Foundation is donating 15,000 cases of water to the Red Cross for 300,000 residents in the Charleston, W.Va., area who are living under a water ban after a coal-processing chemical leaked into the water supply. "Clean water is crucial for many everyday activities, as well as the health and wellness of a community," Rite Aid President and Chief Operating Officer Ken Martindale, who serves as the foundation's president. "It's our hope that our donation will help make life a little bit safer and easier for the people affected by the water ban."

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