Loop Neighborhood Campaign Raises Money for RotaCare

The c-store chain will donate 1% of all in-store purchases to the non-profit.

Loop Neighborhood has kicked off a month-long campaign to raise money for RotaCare Bay Area Inc. The retailer will donate 1% of all in-store purchases to RotaCare for the month of February.

Being an active member in the communities its serves, Loop Neighborhood seeks to give back in any way that it can, and with more than 30 stores in Northern California, Loop Neighborhood strives to support the physical wellbeing of Bay Area residents.

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Through this promotion, Loop Neighborhood will aid the non-profit, RotaCare Bay Area, in continuing to provide free primary, quality healthcare services to uninsured families and individuals with limited ability to pay for medical care.

“Partnering with RotaCare provides a great opportunity for Loop to get involved with such a selfless organization,” said Varish Goyal, president of Loop Neighborhood Markets. “I fully support and admire everything they do for the residents of the Bay Area.”

“RotaCare is very grateful for the support of Loop,” said Jatinderpal Sahi, CEO. “Our communities thrive when people come together for the common good, and we are pleased to have partners like Loop who agree.”

RotaCare Bay Area is volunteer driven and supported solely through locally based philanthropy like Loop Neighborhood’s campaign. Proceeds from Loop’s promotion will help fund patient visits and follow up care, as well as ensure the most vulnerable in the local community get access to the care they need to get back to work.