Portland, Ore. – LOW-INCOME FAMILIES “SHARE THANKSGIVING” WITH ZUPAN’S MARKETS AND SUNSHINE DIVISION

For the thirteenth year in a row, Zupan’s Markets employees will pack over 500 Thanksgiving food boxes for low-income families,
funded through the generosity of Zupan’s Markets and their customers.

KXL’s Rosemary Reynolds is there with volunteers this morning. Hear more throughout the day on Fm News 101 KXL.

Zupan’s volunteers will begin packing food boxes at 5:30am at the Sunshine Division’s
687 N Thompson Street warehouse on Monday, November 25 th , a tradition that started
thirteen years ago when Zupan’s began sponsoring the Thanksgiving food box program.
This year’s in-store “Share Thanksgiving” promotion funded complete holiday meal
items, including fresh produce, to feed 6 – 8 people in each box.

“Zupan’s Markets has been a committed partner in helping Sunshine Division address
local hunger issues for over 25 years. Sunshine Division is thankful for longtime friends
and partners such as the Zupan’s Markets family and customers. The Thanksgiving
program was started by Zupan’s and would not exist without their generosity and
support,” said Sunshine Division’s assigned Portland Police Bureau officer, Matt Tobey.
“The joy of sharing a Thanksgiving meal with family and friends is something that should
be available to all,” said Mike Zupan, CEO and President of Zupan’s Markets. “We are
thankful for our continued partnership with Sunshine Division and the opportunity to
share our love of food with Portland families.”

Thanksgiving food boxes are already reserved and will be distributed to qualifying
families with children, veterans, seniors, and individuals with disabilities, on Tuesday
November 26th at the Sunshine Division’s two locations. Families are also receiving
free Thanksgiving Sunshine Division meals via a partnership with 150 families that
have been identified by Portland Police Bureau Officers in partnership with local non-
profits; Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization, Somali American Counsel of
Oregon, Multnomah County Domestic Violence Advocates, and the Latino Network.

The media is invited to attend the following events:
Thanksgiving Food Box Packing – November 25 th , 2019, 5:30am – 6:45am at
Sunshine Division’s warehouse at 687 N Thompson Street, Portland, OR 97227
Food box distribution – November 26 th , 2019, 9:00am – 1:00pm – at Sunshine
Division’s 687 N Thompson Street, Portland, Or 97227 and 12436 SE Stark
Street, Portland, OR 97236 locations

ABOUT ZUPAN’S MARKETS
Founded by John Zupan in 1975, Zupan’s Markets is a local and family-owned market
that has served Portland’s food-loving community for 42 years. Zupan’s Markets, with
three locations, focuses on quality, selling everything from the best meats and wines to
the freshest produce, baked goods, gourmet deli products, specialty foods, flowers and
more, always emphasizing locally sourced, artisan products when possible.
For more information, visit: www.zupans.com

ABOUT SUNSHINE DIVISION
Since 1923, Sunshine Division has provided free emergency food and clothing to
families and individuals in times of crisis. This December marks 97 year in a row that
Sunshine Division and Portland Police Bureau members will work together to provide
holiday food resources to the community.
For more information, visit: www.sunshinedivision.org

Recently Played

23Chayce Beckham
1:10pm
Fast CarLuke Combs
1:06pm
Singles You UpJordan Davis
1:03pm
Thank GodKane Brown Ft Katelyn Brown
1:00pm
Rock & A Hard PlaceBailey Zimmerman
12:57pm