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Rite Aid’s KidCents begins mobile flu clinics

Rite Aid’s KidCents begins mobile flu clinics

CAMP HILL, Pa. — The Rite Aid Foundation has kicked off KidCents Mobile Flu Clinics, a three-week tour to provide free flu shots to children’s charities in communities served by Rite Aid. Also through its KidCents program, the Rite Aid Foundation has named 428 students as 2017 Folds of Honor scholarship recipients. Starting off in

Rite Aid Foundation inaugurates DreamShip

Rite Aid Foundation inaugurates DreamShip

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The Rite Aid Foundation helped launch the DreamShip, a hot air balloon that will embark on a year-long journey to raise awareness of Folds of Honor, a nonprofit group that provides educational scholarships to children of fallen or disabled armed services members. The DreamShip made its official debut Thursday in an

Rite Aid Foundation program awards nearly $2 million in scholarships

Rite Aid Foundation program awards nearly $2 million in scholarships

CAMP HILL, Pa. — More than 400 students have been named recipients of Folds of Honor educational scholarships through The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program. The round of scholarships, totaling more than $1.8 million, is the first to be awarded as part of The Rite Aid Foundation’s three-year, $6 million commitment to Folds of Honor,

Folds of Honor gets big commitment from Rite Aid Foundation

CAMP HILL, Pa. — The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program has made a three-year, $6 million commitment to Folds of Honor, a nonprofit group based in Owasso, Okla., that provides educational scholarships to children of fallen or disabled service members. The donation is the second made to Folds of Honor by The Rite Aid Foundation’s

Rite Aid to spotlight Folds of Honor scholarship recipients

Rite Aid to spotlight Folds of Honor scholarship recipients

CAMP HILL, Pa. — This month, Rite Aid associates across the country will honor 274 students receiving Folds of Honor educational scholarships provided by The Rite Aid Foundation’s KidCents program. On Wednesday, Ken Martindale, CEO of stores and president at Rite Aid, and Major Dan Rooney, CEO and founder of Folds of Honor, will inaugurate