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Together We Can fundraiser focuses on Unity

Pastor Richie Butler of the St. Luke ”Community” United Methodist Church and Founder of Project Unity, and Toska Medlock, PR for Project Unity. Tom Thumb and Project Unity launched a partnership to foster unity in our shared Dallas communities at the Tom Thumb store on Field St.

Tom Thumb and Project Unity hosted a huddle at the Tom Thumb on 2380 North Field Street in Dallas to launch a unique partnership to foster unity in Dallas communities by selling ‘Together We Can’ bracelets in all Dallas County Tom Thumb stores with proceeds going to Project Unity.

Left : Christy Lara discusses Together We Can’ bracelets
Right : Tom Thumb and Project Unity partner to sell ‘Together We Can’ bracelets in all Dallas County Tom Thumb stores!

Project Unity and the ‘Together We Can’ initiative is working to help communities live in unity, dismantle racism, and unite for change.

Toska Medlock talks about Tom Thumb and Project Unity partnership to sell ‘Together We Can’ bracelets in all Dallas County Tom Thumb stores.

Founded by Pastor Richie Butler, Project Unity’s mission includes dialogue and community- building events, education, and empowerment with the theme Together We Can. Mark Vela, Director of Front-End Operations and Diversity and Inclusion Board Chair for Albertsons Companies Southern Division, said, “This is an important partnership for Tom Thumb. We are committed to our long- time policy of courtesy, dignity, and respect for everyone who shops and works in our stores and this partnership represents another important step toward unity in our shared communities.”

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Marva Sneed is host of “From Marva with Love" and columnist for Texas Metro News.

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