Some 55 New York-based c-stores sell “Hugs for Hospice” in December.
The convenience store division of the Mirabito Family of Companies, which owns and operates more than 55 Quickway Food Stores, Mirabito and Convenience Express locations throughout central New York, is donating more than $10,000 to local Hospice organizations as a result of its “Hugs for Hospice” campaign, WIVT/WBGH News reported.
From Dec. 6- Jan. 2, Mirabito, Quickway and Convenience Express stores sold Hospice Hugs for $1. The funds raised support the programs and services of area Hospices and the terminally ill patients and their families for which they care.
“Hospice is a wonderful organization that touches us all,” Mirabito CEO, Joe Mirabito told WIVT/WBGH News. “We are excited to be able to support their efforts and we thank all our customers who donated to this great cause.”
Mirabito, Quickway and Convenience Express convenience stores are part of the Mirabito Family of Companies, which also includes Mirabito Energy Products and the Rewards Plus customer loyalty program. Mirabito’s corporate offices are located in The MetroCenter, Binghamton, N.Y.