Rutter’s Convenience Stores announced its 2017 accomplishments from charitable giving to store expansions.
Rutter’s announced $370,000 in additional charitable donations to bring the 2017 total to over $715,000 given to central Pennsylvania charities.
Rutter’s also opened a new store in St Thomas, Pa. in December.
In addition, Rutter’s is also in the midst of an expansion of their corporate support office, doubling the size to create more opportunities for growth into 2018.
“It has been another great year for everyone at Rutter’s. We opened three new stores and remodeled 20 stores. We enjoy supporting charities and organizations dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children and customers in the communities we serve. With plans to double the size of our office in February, build nine new stores, and complete 38 store remodels (including beer caves, flex fuels, and gaming rooms) we look forward to another fantastic and busy year in 2018,” said Scott Hartman, Rutter’s CEO and President.
Some of the charities Rutter’s supported in 2017 are:
Crispus Attucks = $50,000
YMCA of York County = $42,800
Office Secret Santa – employees from Rutter’s went out to the community and donated to organizations of their choice. They gave out $29,000
Junior Achievement = $28,300
Make-A-Wish Greater PA & WV = $27,200
Leg Up Farm = $25,900
Penn-Mont Academy = $25,000
Second Century Scholarship Fund = $25,000
Creative York = $25,000
Appell Center for the Performing Arts = $20,000
A full list of charities receiving support from Rutter’s can be found at rutters.com/charities.
Over the past 14 years, Rutter’s Children’s Charities has donated over $6.2 million to support charities in the communities it serves. Now under the 10th generation of family leadership, Rutter’s operates 69 convenience stores throughout central Pennsylvania, a real estate company, family farm, and a beverage company serving the Mid-Atlantic region.