Sheffield supermarket 'Jacks' celebrates second birthday

Ever since opening it’s doors for the first time the popular supermarket Jack’s has donated to 16 organisations and made more than 9,000 meal donations.

Tuesday, 13th October 2020, 10:32 am
Updated Tuesday, 13th October 2020, 10:34 am

Over the last year, charities and organisations directly supporting the Sheffield community have been invited to apply to the Jack’s Supports Scheme to receive some well-deserved funding.

Since the launch of the initiative, 6,805 votes have been cast and 16 local organisations have been supported, including local charities, sports clubs, community centres, places of worship and social clubs. The total donated so far is £6,250, with much more to come.

Jack’s, part of the Tesco family on Kilner Way, and becoming a key part of the local community, has also addressed the important issue of meal donations. To date, a total of 9,064 meals have been made to local care homes, schools, and individuals in society whose needs are the greatest.

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The popular supermarket have contributed to as many as 9,064 meals to various organisations.

Jack’s Supermarket has always prided itself on providing top quality produce at great value prices, and the top-selling products in Sheffield have been bananas, milk, cucumber and bacon.

Ahmed Vacchiyat, Store Manager of Jack’s Sheffield, said: “Since opening our doors in 2019, we have always wanted to be more than just a supermarket. While our main priority is to provide top quality produce at great value prices, the local community has always been important to us.

"We are so proud of everything we have done for the Sheffield community, and will continue to do so in the years to come.”

To find your nearest Jack’s store please visit www.jacks-uk.com

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